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DALLAS, TX. May 10, 2016 – Fearing’s Restaurant has unveiled a sizzling new addition to the Rattlesnake Bar experience, as Get Rattled begins later this month, presenting a no-borders, Fearing’s take on traditional happy hour.

Get Rattled will take place weekdays from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., with Thursday hours extended to 8:00 p.m. Thursdays also will offer live music and $3 street tacos, as “Tunes & Tacos Thursdays” further entertains from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

The specials won’t stop at tacos, though. Get Rattled will feature the following Monday-Friday drink offerings, priced at $7 during the happy hours:

Fearing’s French Fizz: $7
Featuring St.-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Grey Goose Vodka, Sparkling Wine and House-Made Pear Purée

Peach Old Fashioned: $7
Crafted with Devil’s River Whiskey, House-Made Peach Bitters and Simple Syrup

Dean’s Margarita: $7
Famous for its secret blend of Patrón Silver Tequila, Damiana, Agave Nectar and House-Made Sweet & Sour

Paul’s Select Red Wine: $7 
Pouring Advanced Sommelier & Wine Director Paul Botamer’s Selection of the Day

Paul’s Select White Wine : $7
Pouring Advanced Sommelier & Wine Director Paul Botamer’s Selection of the Day

As for Thursday live music, initial acts will include:

Ryan Berg: May 25 and June 29
Chris Devore: June 1
Lauren Alexander: June 8
Mozart in the Bar: June 15

Andrew Milke, June 22

Reservations are not required for Get Rattled, which is available on a first come-first served basis.
Outdoor seating will also be offered on the Live Oak Bar patio.

About Fearing’s Restaurant

Located at The Ritz-Carlton, Dallas and with its own entrance at 2121 McKinney Avenue, Fearing’s will celebrate its tenth anniversary late this summer as the home of Dean Fearing’s Bold Flavors, No Borders cuisine.  Named Restaurant of the Year by Esquire magazine, North America’s #1 hotel restaurant by Zagat Survey and one of the world’s top ten restaurants by Hotels Magazine, Fearing’s Restaurant is the creation of beloved Texas chef Dean Fearing, one of the founders of Texas regional cuisine, author of The Texas Food Bible, and a founding member of popular all-chefs band, the Barbwires. For reservations, please call 214-922-4848. For restaurant information, visit, or connect with the team at, or