Eureka! Opens In West Village


Eureka! opens its doors in West Village in Dallas, Texas. The All-American restaurant offers guests a unique dining experience complete with 40 American craft beers on tap, 36 small-batch whiskeys, in a modern rustic atmosphere. A special off-menu selection features various hard-to-get and strictly allocated whiskeys like Pappy Van Winkle and offerings from the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection available to the most discerning whiskey drinkers. Eureka! West Village provides the Uptown area with a trendy casual place to dine, drink, and socialize while enjoying weekly events, like Steal The Glass, live music, and daily “Hoppy” Hour.

Menu highlights include the Golden Ale Mussels featuring jalapeño bacon stock, crispy pancetta, petit herbs and Golden Opportunity Golden Ale by Peticolas Brewing Company; Cowboy Burger with shoestring onion rings, bacon, cheddar, housemade beer barbeque sauce using Blood and Honey by Revolver Brewing; Watermelon Salad featuring quinoa, diced cucumber, tomato and zucchini, chopped walnuts, dried cranberry, red bell pepper julienne, carrots, drizzled with balsamic lemon dressing, garnished with feta cheese, and watermelon cubes; and Butterscotch Rum Pudding served with homemade whipping cream, caramel sauce, sprinkled with sea salt for a savory and sweet finish.  

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Eureka!’s innovative beverage program features classic and contemporary libations with distinct American roots. Signature cocktails include Old Fashioned, made the way your grand pappy drank it with Old Overholt Rye Whiskey, bitters, fresh orange zest and a block of ice; and the Mint Julep with bourbon, mint, and sugar. Contemporary creations like the Moscow Mule featuring Texas’ Dripping Springs vodka, ginger, and citrus; and Rosemary’s Ruby Red with gin, rosemary, grapefruit, and citrus offer guests modern cocktails with quality ingredients.



The design of Eureka! Dallas embodies rustic aesthetics with an industrial modern influence. The 215-seat restaurant features a main dining room comprised of an eclectic selection of seating options including extra large booths, community tables, bar area, and an 800 square feet al fresco and heated patio with sliding doors creating an indoor/outdoor experience.


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