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$5 Bourbon + Burgers Happy Hour at Bowl & Barrel

Who doesn’t love a great happy hour?

If you’re looking to beat the rush hour traffic in Dallas, heading to happy hour at
Bowl & Barrel is just the thing to keep you occupied while everyone else is stuck on the
highway daydreaming.

Stationed in the Shops at Park Lane, just across the highway from Northpark mall,
Bowl & Barrel wants everyone to have a good week with their $5 “Bourbon and Burgers”
Happy Hour. Yes, that is NOT a typo!

On Monday through Friday (Dallas location only), Bowl & Barrel offers “Bourbon and
Burgers” for $5 bucks from 4pm-6pm! And if you’re a late-night owl, you can still catch
this deal from 9-10pm as well. I’ve done the homework for you and stopped by to check
out this great deal!

If you want to keep things basic, the bacon burger and fries is classic. Angus beef,
bacon aioli, and cheddar cheese all served on an egg bun is sure to keep your palate
satisfied. The fries were PERFECT. Seasoned to perfection and perfectly crisp, with
every bite I thought it was fry-day!

The Barrel burger is also a great choice with ale-glazed shallots, Muenster, and wild
arugula all served on an egg bun. I paired this with the quinoa salad which I HIGHLY
recommend. Not only is this a healthier option if you’re watching the notches on your
belt, but explodes with flavor, fresh ingredients and is very filling.

The drinks are stiff and definitely ready to ease your mind with each sip! (Pictured below
- the Old fashioned and the Millionaire).

Grab all your family, friends and colleagues and head to Bowl &Barrel for $5 “Bourbon
and Burgers” Monday through Friday 4-6pm or 9-10pm.

The Shops at Park Lane
8084 Park Ln Ste. 145
Dallas, Tx 75231

*While our meal was comped, all thoughts and opinions remain our own. 


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