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Barley & Board

Craft Brewery in Denton

Barley & Board is recognized as Denton's first Gastropub and is located in a historic building that dates back to 1858 at the heart of downtown Denton. The restaurant boasts an original brick interior walls and an "elegant" and "serene" atmosphere. It offers an ever-changing menu deeply influenced by seasonal and fresh, high-quality ingredients in harmony with handcrafted brews. The menu showcases New American cuisine, featuring small plates like "truffled portobello fries", boards like "charcuterie", soups like "tomato bisque", salads like "chicken goat", sandwiches like "the cuban", and main dishes like "curried shrimp & grits". The menu also highlights an extensive selection of cocktails, beer, and wine, along with a variety of non-alcoholic drinks.

(940) 566-3900

Big Ben Tavern

Restaurant in Sugar Land

Big Ben Tavern is a restaurant and bar offering international cuisine paired with over 30 selections of craft beers on tap. This place boasts 25 massive screens, making it the "perfect spot" for sports-lovers to watch their favorite sports while enjoying "amazing" food. It offers a chef-driven menu showcasing food inspired by cuisines around the globe. At Big Ben Taven, you can enjoy Indian-inspired dishes such as "chicken tikka", taste the rich flavors of Greek cuisine by ordering the "gyro sandwich", and indulge in familiar Southern fare like "steak and eggs". If you're up for a delightful surprise, make sure to check them out on Tuesdays, when the chef prepares signature steaks that are never repeated paired with "unique", generously-portioned sides.

(832) 532-7855

BonFire Grill

Restaurant in Tomball

BonFire Grill was conceived with a simple idea in mind, which is to create a place where friends and families can hang out and feel welcome. This farm-to-table restaurant serves "impeccable" dishes in a "cozy" atmosphere. It is especially known for its "woodfire pizzas" crafted from dough that is made in-house, with variants ranging from "margherita" and "wild mushroom" to "meat lovers" and "green chile smoked brisket". It also serves appetizers like "spiced gulf crab cakes", salads like "bonfire caesar", entrees like "brisket ravioli", and desserts like "bourbon creme brulee". Drop by on "happy hour", which runs 2-6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 2-5 p.m. on Saturdays, and enjoy special drink prices.

(832) 702-9031

Craft & Vine Taproom & Eatery

Restaurant in Roanoke

Craft & Vine Taproom and Eatery proudly serves the "best" of Texas in a plate and glass. Serving lunch and dinner daily along with brunch on Sundays, the menu features appetizers like "chef's deviled eggs", salads like "ancho chicken caesar", sandwiches like "el cubano", boards like "local cheese board", seafood like "herb seared bay of fundy salmon", entrees like "wood-grilled beef ribeye", and desserts like "creme brulee". Its separate "raw bar" menu highlights "sashimi" and "oysters" and the late night menu features snacks like "crispy smoked chicken wings" and "pomme frites". It boasts a seasonally-updating, "amazing" selection of over 72 beers on tap, a wide array of martinis, and a thoughtfully-curated wine list.

(817) 464-8181

FireHouse Gastro Park

Restaurant in Grand Prairie

If you "live in Oak Cliff",  FireHouse Gastro Park is just "a straight shot down Jefferson to get to an extremely inviting outdoor space, historical background, great food and drinks and kid friendly". Because, "you have to see it to understand how awesome the place is". This is "an old firehouse turned into a bar". Also, called "Gastro-Pub as the popular term is these days". They also "host weekly concerts on the lawn with fantastic music in a family-friendly atmosphere". Their "staff is out of this world" and "the creative cocktails are to die for". Also, "the food is delightful" so, "it would be foolish not to try this place out at least once".

(469) 909-4111

Fork and Fire

Restaurant in Dallas

Situated at The Boardwalk at Granite Park, Fork and Fire, formerly called B. Frank & Relish, executes a "minimalist" approach to cooking with a focus on the balance of flavors. It proudly operates a "scratch kitchen" with a "wood-fired grill" as its focal point. Serving lunch and dinner, the food menu features starters like "fried pickles", greens like "the classic wedge", handhelds like "street tacos", sandwiches like "smokey southern fried chicken", entrees like "wagyu filet", and desserts like "s'more beignet". The craft bar offers "creative" handcrafted cocktails, an assortment of beers on tap and by the bottles, and an extensive selection of wines.

(214) 210-2265

Khao Noodle Shop

Restaurant in Dallas

At Khao Noodle Shop, you will get to enjoy "amazing" Laotian dishes in a "cozy" atmosphere. This restaurant was conceived with a mission to bring the best of Southeast Asia to Dallas and be a place where people can come together and share home-cooked meals with friends and family. Khao Noodle Shop is fully committed to sourcing its ingredients from the local community gardens and farmer's markets. The menu highlights painstakingly created, perfectly shareable Laotian dishes, including the famous "boat noodles", which is a classic Laotian dish boasting "intense flavors" in a rich broth. Other popular dishes include "shrimp bites", "tripe chicharrones", and more "flavorful" creations.

(972) 803-3373

Oasthouse Kitchen + Bar

Restaurant in Austin

Oasthouse Kitchen + Bar boasts a "chef-driven", elevated pub fare made from the freshest locally-sourced ingredients. The menu mainly consists of traditional German food with a "Texas twist", along with over 20 distinct craft beers, handcrafted cocktails, and an "impressive" wine list. The "spacious" interior is equipped with massive TVs in the bar and in the patio, making this place the "ideal" sports bar. They also have an outdoor space with a natural playscape where children can play safely, making it perfect for family gatherings. Happy hour starts at 3 pm daily and late-night happy hour lasts until the restaurant's closing time.

(737) 222-5779

Salty Sow

Restaurant in Austin

Salty Sow specializes in serving modern farmhouse cuisine and hand-crafted cocktails made fresh daily, mindfully sourced from local farms and purveyors. They serve dinner daily and you can enjoy big discounts on selected appetizers and special pricing on your favorite cocktails and wines during Happy Hour, which runs from 4:30-6:30 pm daily. Ordering the "charcuterie board" and "roasted bone marrow" is definitely the best way to start an "outstanding dining experience". They serve a wide variety of dishes for their entree, including "genuine blackened redfish with quinoa and lentils", "special wagyu burger with crispy brussel sprouts", and "pastrami salmon". One can't dine visit Salty Sow without checking out their signature cocktail menu that includes the best-sellers "miss piggy" and "blueberry-lemon thyme smash".

(512) 391-2337

Sonoma Wine Bar In The Heights

Restaurant in Houston

Sonoma Wine Bar In The Heights is a chill spot with a great wine selection. If you want to have a fantastic brunch experience that is tasteful but relaxed, then this is the place for you. Customers rave about the crab cakes, brie and empanadas so don't forget to order some. But what takes the cake is the fried lobster, just mouth-watering. They also have an upstairs deck that is the perfect place to unwind. It's easy to find and they have ample parking.

(713) 864-9463

Sonoma Wine Bar In Upper Kirby

Restaurant in Houston

Sonoma Wine Bar In Upper Kirby is the go-to wine bar centrally located between River Oaks, Greenway Plaza, and Upper Kirby. Also, they have an "inside and outside seating" with a "nice ambiance for date night or out with friends". Sonoma can also be a "favorite place for happy hour!" And, "they have a great wine selection offering bottles for all price ranges and the staff always has great recommendations. Also, the food is amazing". Their "artisan cheese and charcuterie board is apparently their most popular cheese board". This place is a definite choice "if you want a chilled out place with great wine and food to match" with a "smooth setting and great music choice".

(713) 526-9463

Swift’s Attic

Restaurant in Austin

Swift's Attic is behind the impressive transformation of the once old, yet venerable, building that is now a “gorgeous hideaway” downtown restaurant serving “small plates with big flavors”. The interior of Swift’s Attic is furnished with antique doorknobs and glass transformer caps that tell the story of the building’s history, which dates back to the early 1900s as the home of Swift Premium Food Co. Swift’s Attic is home to the famous "Big Ass Burger", a massive burger consisting of a beef patty topped with Taylor ham, smoked turkey, and cheddar cheese on sourdough toast, served with fries on the side. Served during BAB Burger Nights (Monday nights), BABs are on a first-come, first-serve basis, so make sure you go early to secure a spot! Big Ass Burgers are not to be missed.

(512) 482-8842

The Artisan

Restaurant in Dallas

Located in the heart of the Dallas Arts District at the KPMG Plaza at HALL Arts, The Artisan offers a "stylish" and "fun" environment where guests can enjoy fresh, locally-sourced food prepared on-site daily. This restaurant is "casual", yet "sophisticated"; casual as its market-style service enables you to stop by and pick up breakfast, lunch, and a selection of well-prepared entrees with fast, efficient service, and sophisticated as The Artisan features not only "great" soups & sandwiches, but bringing the flavors of modern farm cuisine to Asian, European, and Southwestern as well. It boasts a "majestic" Terrace Bar where you can enjoy "artistically-presented" small plates paired with a hand-crafted cocktail.

(214) 301-5525

The Beer Plant

Restaurant in Austin

The Beer Plant is Austin's first vegan gastropub offering a 100% plant-based cuisine paired with craft beer, wine, and cocktails. With a mission to establish a healthy way of eating, this restaurant is dedicated to serving "delicious" vegan dishes in a "comfortable" farmhouse pub atmosphere. Serving brunch and dinner, the menu features classic brunch food like "chicken and waffles", shareable appetizer plates like "sriracha glazed brussels sprouts", organic salads like "harvester", wholesome sandwiches like "kimchi grilled cheese", savory entrees like "tikka masala", and luscious desserts like "vanilla bean cheesecake". The bar highlights a constantly rotating selection of local and imported beers, along with an extensive list of house cocktails and wines.

(512) 524-1800

The Exchange

Restaurant in Corpus Christi

Situated in downtown Corpus Christi, The Exchange is a staple for "all things local", showcasing local beer, local music, and local art. It offers a chef-driven menu featuring appetizers like "fried curds & pickles", salads like "shroom delight salad", sandwiches like "avocado bacon grilled cheese",  entrees like "jalapeno pork chop", and desserts like "fried cheesecake rolls". The bar boasts over 100 craft beers, an extensive selection of spirits, handcrafted cocktails, and a curated wine list. At The Exchange, there's always something going on: catch the "happy hour" from 5 pm - 7 pm daily, jam with the "live music" every Thursday through Sunday, participate in "open mic" martini Mondays, indulge in "taco and tequila Tuesdays", have a sip during "winedown Wednesdays", and join "art shows", "cooking classes", and "tasting rooms" every month.

(361) 414-9788

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