Hard Rock Cafe is offering five holiday cocktails served up in mason jars through Jan. 3, 2016. From left, they are: Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot; Bohemian Rasp-sody; She's My Apple Pie; Rock You Like a Coconut; and Southern Jam.

Hard Rock Cafe is offering five holiday cocktails served up in mason jars through Jan. 3, 2016. From left, they are: Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot; Bohemian Rasp-sody; She's My Apple Pie; Rock You Like a Coconut; and Southern Jam.

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Hard Rock Cafe

Celebrate the season with spirit (and spirits) at the Hard Rock Cafe, which is offering a lineup of five limited-time-only cocktails for the holidays. Served in mason jars, the drinks have fun names like She's My Apple Pie, Southern Jam, Bohemian Rasp-Sody, Rock You Like a Coconut and Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot. If you want to take the jar home with you, the cocktails are $14.99 apiece. If you just want the drink, they're $11.99. The drinks will be available through Jan. 3. 2211 N. Houston St., Dallas. hardrock.com/cafes/dallas.

Customers socialize at the bar of The Theodore in NorthPark Center.

Customers socialize at the bar of The Theodore in NorthPark Center.

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The Theodore

This just-opened spot from chef Tim Byres (Smoke) has a strong American theme that informs its design and menu. Like any good American restaurant should, the Theodore offers a happy hour -- two, in fact -- on weekdays in its bar and patio areas. The drinks on special all bear the names of famous U.S. monuments and cost $6: the Gila Cliff, Devils Tower, Tonto (think: mule), El Morro (think: margarita) and Chaco Canyon. In the happy hour zone, you can also get half-price pizzas, which will cost you $7-$7.50. Hours are 3 to 7 p.m. and again from 9-11 p.m. The restaurant is inside NorthPark Center on the first floor between Macy's and Nordstrom off of Park Lane. 8687 N. Central Expressway, Dallas. thetheodore.com.

The 12,000-square-foot Happiest Hour features  a first-floor patio with backyard-style courtyard area and a rooftop terrace with 360-degree views of downtown Dallas. 

The 12,000-square-foot Happiest Hour features  a first-floor patio with backyard-style courtyard area and a rooftop terrace with 360-degree views of downtown Dallas. 

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Happiest Hour

With a name like this, you can just about count on a daily happy hour. And, thankfully, there is one at this new Harwood district eating and drinking establishment. Weekdays from 4 to 7 p.m., get $1 off all beer, wine and liquor. On Saturday, the special is $1 off beers from 4 to 7; Sundays, you can have $1 off beers all day. 2616 Olive St., Dallas. happiesthourdallas.com.

Chris Auwarter (left) makes his third round pick in aFantasy Football Draft at the Fox and Hound Sports Tavern in Dallas. His wife Laura Auwater (right) was the draft board coordinator. (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News)

Chris Auwarter (left) makes his third round pick in aFantasy Football Draft at the Fox and Hound Sports Tavern in Dallas. His wife Laura Auwater (right) was the draft board coordinator. (Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News)

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Fox and Hound

This sports pub features different specials on drinks each day of the week. On Mondays, get $3.50 Bud Light drafts; on Tuesdays, it's $2 drafts and $5.50 Monster bombs; Wednesdays, get half-price martinis and $5 off bottled wines; Thursdays, get $5 Dos Equis drafts and $4.50 house margaritas; and Fridays, $6 Long Island iced teas and $5.50 Monster bombs. The weekends are no exception: On Saturdays, you can have $3.50 Miller Lite and Coors Light drafts, $4 Fireball shots and $6 top-shelf margaritas and Nurse Betty cocktails; Sundays, it's $3.50 Bud Light drafts, $5 local craft beers and $7 Hail Marys. (You may need that last one if the Cowboys are playing.) Locations in Arlington, Dallas, Fort Worth and Richardson. foxandhound.com.

The patio at the Twilite Lounge in Deep Ellum is in the back away from the noise of the street. 

The patio at the Twilite Lounge in Deep Ellum is in the back away from the noise of the street. 

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Twilite Lounge

This Deep Ellum hideout was opened by a pair of musicians, and as such hosts live music events several times a week. Happy hour is a long one -- from the time the bar opens (4 p.m. on weekdays, noon on weekends) till 8 p.m. every day. During happy hour, drinks are $1 off their regular price, with the exception of wines by the glass, which are $3 off. Twilite also has an all-the-time special: a 16-ounce PBR and a shot of well whiskey for $5. 2640 Elm St., Dallas. thetwilitelounge.com.

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