Snuffer’s new Happy-Tizers menu launched at Dallas/Fort Worth locations on October 5. You can snack on items from the menu Monday through Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. in the bar area. With no ending date in sight, the menu is a great way to try multiple appetizers alongside a cold, adult beverage.
At two different price points, the Happy-Tizers menu has all your bar food cravings covered. For $2 you can enjoy Idaho Potato Fries & Queso, Fried Pickles, Fried Mushrooms, Onion Strings, or Chips and Salsa. But for $3 you can choose from Boneless Buffalo Chicken Bites, a Mini Bacon Cheeseburger, a Mini Quesadilla Burger, or Four Bean, Cheese & Bacon Nachos. Additionally, Snufferâ€™s will have Dos Equis, Bud Light, certain wines, and your choice of a frozen or on the rocks margarita for $3 apiece.
Overall the new menu is okay. Nearly every appetizer is salty enough that youâ€™ll comment on it, which is a major turnoff. Itâ€™s the kind of food that your drunken self will love, and youâ€™ll immediately regret the next morning. In truth the $2 menu is decent, but if you want a satisfying snack go ahead and spend the extra dollar.
Here are some of the highlights from Dallas Food Nerdâ€™s taste testâ€¦
- To create the newest handheld slider, a hamburger patty is paired with finely chopped bacon bits and BBQ sauce on a poppy seed bun. The chefs at Snufferâ€™s know we all want a chance to grab the last slider, so they decided that each Mini Bacon Cheeseburger will come one to an order.
- As a mini-plate, the Fried Mushrooms are perfect. The batter and salt donâ€™t overpower the mushroomâ€™s juicy flavor. And because of itâ€™s inherent lightness of texture, they donâ€™t leave you feeling like youâ€™re covered in grease. If you love a good fried mushroom order two plates.
- The Boneless Buffalo Chicken Bites are possibly the best item on the Happy-Tizer menu. As a concept, the classic Buffalo chicken wing has been reimagined into bite-size poppers with a tangy yet spicy sauce. The best part? You can enjoy your snack mess free, with a fork.
- The salsa is bland and tomatoey, and leaves much to be desired considering how many dishes itâ€™s served with. Snufferâ€™s missed the mark on the fried pickles because the distinct crunch and sourness of a classic fried pickle is lost in their batter. Unfortunately they were below average.
Snufferâ€™s knows how to do an appetizer menu in D/FW. By putting their own simple twist on classic bar food like fried mushrooms and sliders, theyâ€™ve got a great thing going with the new Happy-Tizer menu. If youâ€™re out with friends and watch to enjoy a few different small plates, Google your way to the nearest Snufferâ€™s location.