There are a number of spots to wet your whistle on the Henderson Avenue corridor, most of which offer a somewhat elevated food menu and craft cocktails. But at The Dram, there's not a food menu in sight. They don't need one. The cocktails are reason enough to go. And so is the atmosphere. Plush furniture fills the low-lit space, and the padded wallpaper features a well-curated collage of art, both vintage and new. The Dram is decadent without feeling like a pretentious ultra-lounge, drawing an eclectic mix of drinkers.
There are a lot of things that irritate me about clubs (long lines in the girls' bathroom, aggressively flirty dudes in Tapout tees), but the thing I hate the most is shitty, expensive drinks. Fourte... More »
Andrew Lostetter has been a bartender in Dallas for almost 15 years, serving at Fireside Pies, Neighborhood Services Tavern and Marquee Grill. Recently he was snowboarding in Breckenridge, Colorado, w... More »