Las Almas Rotas
Dallas, TX 75226
Beth Rankin Las Almas Rotas, across the street from Fair Park in South Dallas
- 5 p.m.-midnight Tuesday-Thursday 5 p.m.-2 a.m. Friday-Saturday 5 p.m.-midnight Sunday Closed Monday
- Late Night, Snack Food
- Full bar
- Street Parking
- Reservations Not Necessary
Top pick: If you’re using the drive-thru to order a taco six-pack, you can also grab a ranch water cocktail or a small bottle of mezcal to go.
Fun fact: Several staff members told The Dallas Morning News that the building is haunted, especially the private room in the back. Good thing the front patio seating is so comfortable.
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