Hotel Dryce Might Be the Perfect Place to Grab a Cocktail in Fort Worth 0 135

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Want to have the perfect glass of cocktail with just the right ambiance and culture in sight Check out this Fort Worth boutique hotel’s lobby bar!

Jonathan Morris, host of Magnolia Network’s Self Employed, opened Hotel Dryce, a boutique hotel with 21 rooms, with his business partner, Allen Mederos, in Fort Worth’s cultural district this 2021. The name Dryce was a play on the establishment’s past history as a factory of dry ice.

 

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Morris had one goal in mind when he opened Hotel Dryce: to create a space for locals and tourists alike that would encapsulate the Fort Worth that he loves. He wanted to go beyond the typical cowhide, cowboys, and longhorn depictions of his city and to authentically communicate the character and culture of Fort Worth. Walking into the Hotel Bryce, you are going to be surrounded by its rich and warm decor along with bits and pieces that show the city’s culture – from the playlist that they use and the artwork that they have.

 

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This warmth and intimacy is translated with the hotel’s cocktail offerings. Their beverage menu includes Coco Gordo ($12), made with coconut washed vodka, lime, yucca and sparkling mineral water coconut washed vodka, lime, yucca, and sparkling mineral water, and the Dryced Tea ($12), made with whiskey, smoked black tea, and an orange peel.
According to their bar director, Kimberly Schow, they hope to provide customers with a unique selection that is truly Hotel Dryce.

 

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If you are needing the perfect nightcap check them out at 3621 Byers Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76107.

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