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Barley & Board, Denton's first gastropub restaurant, features 'New American Cuisine' in harmony with 36 beers on tap. Open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunches, Barley & Board sits in the heart of the historic Downtown Denton Square and is located in the Texas Building, once the site of the famous Lacy Hotel, Denton's first hotel ever built in Denton County. Barley & Board is the culmination of creativity, hard work and tenacity from a team whose driving force is centered on community, craft and collaboration. Key members of this team include restauranteur John 'Sparky' Pearson, Midlake singer/guitarist Eric Pulido, actor and producer Jason Lee, Chef Chad Kelley, entrepreneur Steve Watkins…
An evening out with good friends turned out to be an evening out with great food. We started out with an order of the warm sweet and spicy mixed nuts. They were so good we wanted another order but didn’t want to spoil our dinner....More
This place was amazing. All of our food was fantastic and the atmosphere is great. We finished it off with the milk and cookies for dessert and they were warm and delicious. If your in Denton you will not be disappointed stopping in!
This was my second visit to Barley and Board. First visit was about six months ago. Service and good didn’t seem up to the standards of my first experience but I still enjoyed the vibe. Service was just “ok” but the Cuban sandwich was very...More
On the Square in Denton, so parking at a premium. Usually very attentive wait staff. Menu can get a little out there, but it's always good and of quality ingredients. Champagne flight at brunch with three or four flavors a warming way to start a...More
We are from SC and was visiting family and they brought us here. Everyone wanted a light lunch we got 2 cheese board. Great cheeses, fruit, warm seasoned nuts and bread. Service was great and the knowledgeable staff explained the cheeses. Everything was yummy. We...More
Eclectic brew and food establishment on the square in downtown Denton in the old Texas Building. Eight of us enjoyed a late lunch that featured great sandwiches, including Ham and Friends, a great Muffelatta, a very tasty 3 bean vegan chili. The only negative was...More
This is a nicely appointed-place with a very cool setting. It is on the corner of the building with swing-out windows facing East, so the breeze is good at certain times of the year.
I had a bison burger that was excellent.
Our neighbors suggested we eat here so the four of us went on a Sunday night for dinner. Although it appears to be more of a college-type bar and they have several excellent beers on tap, they serve some fantastic tasting food. I will be...More
Excellent place on the square in Denton. The food is delicious although a bit on the trendie / foodie side. They have a microbrewery and carry a good selection of craft beers as well as wine and spirits. Bacon wrapped medjool dates are one of...More