The spot’s allure begins with the vibe; something akin to industrial-chic with concrete floors and bars, copper and steel accents, and gray wood paneling on certain walls that keep the interior from feeling sterile. The real attraction, however, is the outdoor space: a first floor patio with backyard-style courtyard area and a rooftop terrace with 360-degree views of downtown Dallas. Other details, such as the 1,500-pound custom seating booths and indoor and outdoor fire pits, will likely attract trendy Millenials and the business crowd to Happiest Hour, but its proximity to American Airlines Center makes the restaurant a prime destination for sports and music fans. Seriously, it’s a five minute walk.

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