Co-founded Brian McCullough burns rosemary while preparing the cocktail called "Gringo in a Pine Box" behind the bar inside The Standard Pour dining room in Dallas Wednesday May 27, 2015.

Co-founded Brian McCullough burns rosemary while preparing the cocktail called "Gringo in a Pine Box" behind the bar inside The Standard Pour dining room in Dallas Wednesday May 27, 2015.

Andy Jacobsohn/The Dallas Morning News

If you're craving an Old Fashioned, Mint Julep or a tipple of bourbon neat, there's one place you shouldn't miss in Dallas, according to industry experts.

The Standard Pour cocktail bar and restaurant in Uptown was recently named one of the top 80 bourbon bars in America by The Bourbon Review, which annually releases its list of the best places to find this liquor. But if you're a real bourbon fan you might already be a regular here.

The Standard Pour graced the list in 2013, 2014, 2015 and, now, 2016.

The Standard Pour

The Bourbon Review has steadily grown its list of America's whiskey hotspots over the years. It now features 80 bars, up from 55 in 2013.

"It's great to see bourbon become a nationwide phenomenon and we owe a lot of the new interest to those bars that are proud to serve it or even build their entire theme around it," said Justin Thompson of The Bourbon Review in a media statement, adding that was enough cause to expand the list this year. (See it in full.)

The Standard Pour has long been a go-to for cocktail lovers in Dallas-Fort Worth; Yelpers laud the bar's extensive spirit menu. But the food is nothing short of enticing too. In a 2015 review, Dallas Morning News dining critic Leslie Brenner called the food "accessible enough to satisfy the blotto yet thoughtful enough to tickle the palates of sophisticates." (Though it's worth noting the head chef has since changed.)

Lucky for revelers, the kitchen is open until 2 a.m. so you can soak up that bourbon with a meal before hitting the hay.

The Bourbon Review is hosting a nationwide toast at all of the bars on its top 80 list on Friday, Sept. 30.

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