Bar up: Dallas bars sold $100 million worth of alcohol in March 2022.

A breakdown of how much money was spent on alcohol at the top bars, clubs, restaurants, venues and hotels in Dallas proper as of March 2022.

Welcome to Bar Raised, our recurring column that proves Texans like to spend a lot of their income partaking in the Great American Pastime. We know this because the Texas Comptroller keeps tabs on this stuff and makes all of this information public. Any state establishment that holds a mixed beverage license must report all sales revenue generated from the sale of liquor, beer, and wine at their establishments on a monthly basis. The Comptroller, in turn, puts all of this information into an easily navigable database, and then we break down the Dallas numbers for you here.

We did Dallas, we got into the triple digits.

Well, round up, anyway. Still, the bar has indeed been raised, as March 2022 was the highest spending month in this series’ history. Attribute it to the onset of spring, the ever-growing population and gloomy world events – there was plenty to drink in March.

With hockey and basketball season in full swing, American Airlines Center is once again at the top of the list. Additionally, the venue has seen events such as John Mulaney’s return and Elton John’s farewell tour. Let’s hear it for two bad female dogs named John at different stages of their careers.

We hate to have a boring intro for this series, but nothing has really changed since last month. It’s a top 20 that we’ve seen time and time again with the exception of Jack and Ginger’s and 77 Degrees, two bars on the same property at Henderson Avenue. The last time we saw these spots break the top 20 was in November 2020, during which they raked in $255,167. Now they’re down to $531,902, so it looks like it should be a good year for them.

We can’t wait to see what other unusual bars or restaurants make the list in the coming months, as well as how soon $100 million will be the normal average.

Now pour yourself a drink and three-digit congratulations.

  1. LEVY PREMIUM FOODSERVICE, LLC (American Airlines Center): $1,524,251
    2. BLONDE IN BOTTLE DALLAS, LLC: $1,066,092
    3. SC BEVERAGE COMPANY (Omni Dallas Convention Center): $909,726
    4. DFB CAPITAL LLC (Katy Trail Ice House): $894,130
    5. HAPPIEST HOUR, LLC: $830,867
    6. NICK & SAM’S STEAK & FISH HOUSE, LTD. : $817,143
    7. SALC, INC. (Hilton Anatole): $812,732
    8. CLUB OPERATIONS LLC (Cowboy’s Red River): $756,483
    9. MAGNOLIA DISCO CORPORATION (Roundup Saloon): $687,803
    10. MS ATWELL, LLC (Vidorra): $674,137
    11. FAULT OF BETTER CORP & 4217 OAKLAWN LTD (Biernat Restaurant): $618,246
    12. DD BEVCO, LLC (AT&T Discovery District): $600,826
    13. OL BEVERAGE HOLDINGS, LLC (Ojos Locos Sports Cantina): $578,653
    14. DALLAS REGENCY, LLC: $574,073
    15. GREEN LIGHT DTX LLC: $571,515
    16. ADDISON OF BOOMERJACK, LLC: $567,840
    17. BDS RESTAURANT, INC. (Baby Dolls Topless Saloon): $547,570
    18. 1933 ELM, LLC (True Kitchen & Cocktails/Flair Cocktail Lounge): $538,404
    19. GUSH, INC. (Javier Restaurant): $532,715
    20. DALLAS JACK SEVENTY SEVEN LLC (Jack and Ginger’s / 77 Degrees): $531,902

Total alcohol sales in Dallas in March 2022: $99,593,838
February sum 2022:$82,939,844

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