Meticulous attention to detail went into the interior design of Happiest Hour, which is the largest patio bar and lounge in Dallas and also the most decorated concept in the HARWOOD District having been recognized in CultureMap's Tastemaker Awards and at D Magazine's Best of Big D 2016 Party within its first year of operation. 

Harwood Design Factory (HDF), the sole in-house interior design firm for Harwood International, designed the vision of the 12,000 square foot space which features several pockets of experience including a semi-private lounge lined by beaded copper curtains amid the expansive downstairs dining and a rooftop patio, better known as Fanciest Hour, that features breathtaking views. Unique design elements that you won't find anywhere else in Dallas are memorable at Happiest Hour, often snapped on smartphones and shared by patrons, bloggers and city influencers on social media.

The attention to detail now transcends all that is seen and felt by the interior design and comes to delicious fruition in Happiest Hour's roster of popular signature cocktails launching on Wednesday, August 24. Here's a first look at the refreshingly crisp libations with newly added eye candy:

 

 

 

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