Eat, drink, and be merry. Denton is a mecca for fine, fast, and fun dining.

Looking for a casual place to unwind with a few good friends and a great meal? Perhaps you’re planning a special evening out with someone special? Or, maybe you just want a fun, family-friendly spot with great food at good prices. From ice cream at an old fashioned soda fountain to fine dining in elegant surroundings, you’ll find it here. With so many choices in exotic cuisine to local Texas favorites such as Mexican food and barbecue, Denton’s got you covered! Click on the dining categories in the menu on the left to see listings for eating establishments in and around Denton.

Read more in Denton Live Magazine:

Denton Live Issue:
July-Dec 2009

By Amber Cross

Denton Water Works

When I top the hill and see the yellow, orange and blue slides, it takes me back to my childhood. Kids are laughing and splashing. When the Texas sun is blazing down, Water Works Park with its 17 acres of liquid fun is the escape. The idea, of course, is to get wet. For excitement, […]

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Denton Live Issue:
July-Dec 2009

Denton Farmer’s Market

Sitting on the tailgate of his tan ’87 Toyota, farmer and former Navy man Perman Smith enjoys the morning weather while waiting for customers to arrive. The sweet musky smell of cantaloupe fills the air. Behind him in his truck is a pile of  watermelons. Around him, the Denton County Farmer’s Market is coming to […]

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Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2011

Written by Shahryar Rizvi

Photos by Richelle Antipolo

Uniquely Denton

Denton’s “Best Stores” paint the town pink Beth Klein is a self-described “treasure hunter” who haunts flea markets, junk shops and estate sales to create one-of-a-kind jewelry for her gift shop Sleeping Lizzards. Beth has a philosophy about her creations, which might use a vintage photograph or antique dice: “Jewelry is an expression,” she says. […]

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cinco de mayo, parade, La Estrella, Mexican culture

Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2011

by Micah Taylor

Cinco de Mayo

Grace Samano stands behind the counter of her small market in downtown Denton, cutting up pieces of chicken and preparing her gorditas – as she does every day. “Do you have a little bit?” she asks, just to see if you’re in a hurry. “I’ll make some for you to try.” She turns to throw […]

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Bulgogi House, International. Food, Korean, UNT,

Denton Live Issue:
Jan-June 2011

by Richelle Antipolo

International Food = Yummy!

Café Garibaldi   Location may be everything in business, but foodies have a penchant for exploring out-ofthe- way places. Which is why Café Garibaldi, Denton’s only Peruvian restaurant, lures a loyal crowd despite its obscure location behind a flooring store near the Texas Woman’s University campus. Peruvian-born Ada Fort serves up addictive salsa and Mexican […]

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