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Savor Gastropub Launches New Daily "Expressions of the Vine" Wine Flight Happy Hour

Photos by Kate Sherga
Article by Kate Sherga and Delia Jo Ramsey

Hear ye, hear ye! We're here with a very important public service announcement from Savor Gastropub and we've got just two words for you: Wine. Flight.🍷🍷🍷

Savor Gastropub has launched  their brand new "Expressions of the Vine" wine flight during happy hour from 5-7pm daily.  You can choose from 5 different varietals: RosΓ©, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, or Red Progression. Each varietal flight features 3 different wines (at very healthy pour sizes, I might add) that will pair beautifully with a cheese board,  Crispy Pork Belly Steam Buns, or their decadent Lobster Puffs.

Pro tip: Savor Gastropub offers complimentary valet. 

Second pro tip: The first Friday and Saturday night of each month, Savor will be bringing in a musician lineup that will build a song live, so each song is a unique experience, created organically in the moment. Dinner and a show - perfect - try their newly released fall menu!

Last pro tip: Saturday and Sunday bluegrass brunch with live music. One of a kind in Dallas!

 Choose from their lush patio or the bright interior with floor-to-ceiling windows, then savor a whole new experience - food, wine, and music overlooking Klyde Warren Park in Dallas.

              Savor Gastropub
2000 Woodall Rodgers Fwy
      Dallas, TX 75201

*My visit was comped by the restaurant, however, as always, all opinions remain my own. Remember that Dining with Delia Jo only posts what she likes.


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