Little Woodrow’s, a Texas-based group of neighborhood bars founded in 1994, is opening its first location in Dallas this weekend. The opening of Little Woodrow’s neighborhood bar brings more than 100 types of beer with 46 on tap and at least 25 local craft beers, a full bar with an extensive collection of high-end whiskey, and 22 large-screen, high-definition TVs for the ultimate sports watching experience to Ross Avenue.
Open for lunch, dinner, and late night orders, Little Woodrow’s has something for everyone. Diners can choose from savory menu options with 10 different burgers, 10 varieties of wings, and “Mile-wide Nachos.” Lunch begins daily at 11 a.m., while late night service extends to 2 a.m. The new venue will also offer a “Football Brunch” every Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Patrons can enjoy dining in the 6,200 square-foot interior, or enjoy the experience outdoors on the inviting and airy 1,800 square-foot patio lounge. The expansive restaurant and bar is an ideal spot for watching televised sports. They will show all college and NFL games with a focus on the Dallas Cowboys, University of Texas, Texas A&M, Baylor and more. Fans can enjoy football, baseball, soccer and other games featuring their favorite players from the comfort of the Little Woodrow’s den.
Doors open this Saturday, September 17th at 3300 Ross Avenue, Dallas, TX 75204. Keep up with all things Little Woodrow's by visiting littlewoodrows.com or following them out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.