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Happy Hour + Late Night Menu at The Cedars Social




The Cedars Social is a cocktail den and kitchen with a laidback vibe, snazzy cocktails, and an elevated selection of modern comfort foods. The eclectic decor and spacious patio make it a favorite Cedars neighborhood destination. Featuring a new Happy Hour and Late Night menu, the team at the Cedars invited us in for a media social hour to see and taste what's being offered.

For Happy Hour, they offer a selection of $2 beers (PBR and Miller High Life), $5 house wines, and $6 craft cocktails (P.S. The cocktails are potent, and thus, a great deal.).



The new Late Night food menu features a selection of elevated modern comfort foods and bar bites.

A tray of deviled eggs, topped with a pickled Fresno chili pepper, is priced at $4 on the late night menu.


The Calamari Salad is $7, served with marinara for dipping.



The house meatballs are priced at $5 and are substantially sized meatballs topped with red sauce and cheese.



Esquites ($5), your choice of Fish or Sirloin Tacos ($5), and seasonal flatbreads ($10) round out the late night menu to crush those end-of-evening stomach growls. 





Cedars Social Happy Hour takes place Monday through Friday, from 4 pm - 7 pm.
The Late Night Menu specials are available Sunday through Thursday from 10 pm - 11:30 pm and Friday/Saturday from 12 am - 1:30 am.

The Cedars Social
1326 S Lamar St
Dallas, TX 75215

*While our VIP menu preview was complimentary, as always, all thoughts and opinions remain my own.


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