Sweet Tooth Motel Launches New Candy-Themed Bar

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Sweet Tooth Motel Launches New Candy-Themed Bar

Stop by the Sweet Tooth Hotel for the sweetest drinks in town.

If you like your drinks as cute and sweet as you are, the Sweet Tooth Hotel is your boozy new sanctuary. The offbeat art venue and bar launched their new Stay Sweet Candy Bar, with a cocktail program influenced by the likes of Starburst, gummy bears, and all your favorite candies. [Featured image: @ta_visuals]

“At Sweet Tooth Hotel, we absolutely LOVE our candy and treats,” the bar wrote on its website. “So just in time for Valentine’s Day, we are kicking off a new candy-themed drink menu in the sweetest bar in Dallas! To celebrate the launch, we partnered with makeup artist Monica Huerta who created a sugary sweet look which was shot by photographer TA Visuals.”

Sweet Tooth’s new cocktail menu, created by mixologist Becca Hummel, features a variety of boozy and non-boozy drinks.

Their namesake cocktail, The Sweet Tooth, with whipped cream vodka and champagne, is adorned with pink sprinkles, rock candy, and cotton candy on the rim.

Served in a totally cute teddy bear glass is their Very Cherry Beary, a spiked cherry limeade libations decorated with pop rocks, lime, and cherry.

If you’re not trying to turn up, the bar serves a similar Cotton Candy Fizz drink, that is, your choice of strawberry, blueberry, banana, or orange cotton candy melted into a personal soda – served in a teddy bear glass, for $4 less.

The hotel also serves both an alcoholic and non-alcoholic Sweetheart Slushie. The latter is a frozen raspberry lemonade with whipped cream and Sweet-tarts for $8. Or, make it boozy with whipped cream vodka for an extra $4.

Furthermore, the new cocktail program also includes their Don’t Let Anyone Tell You That You Aren’t A PINK STARBURST, which is made with peach schnapps, vanilla vodka, cranberry juice, a dash of fresh lime, under starburst swizzle and pink cotton candy.

For their full menu, visit here.

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