A mural of Toller the dog at Toller Patio. (Photo from Facebook.)

A retro-inspired eatery and bar opened Saturday in Old East Dallas.

Inspired by the masterminds who established HIDE in Deep Ellum, Toller Patio opened its  doors at 3675 Ross Ave.

The new addition is a hotspot with its mid-century atmosphere, retro color palette, palm trees and seating for both day and night lounging, Paper City reported. As if the vibes couldn’t get any better, Toller Patio is also a dog friendly hangout.

Toller Patio serves 12 handcrafted cocktails on tap. Craft beer and specialty wine are also available.

A handful of cocktails are classics: old-fashioned, whiskey sour and paloma. But the bar also offers specialties like the Garden Gimlet, which has vodka, lime and cucumber. Another is Bramble Time, which includes whiskey, blackberry and thyme. Some frozen cocktails are the Grapefruit Froze and Tropical Slushie.

The patio furniture is especially vibrant, including a giant mural of a dog named Toller, which the bar is named after.

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