940’s knocked it out of the park with their Spring cocktails and continue to set the bar high with their new menu additions and new Happy Hour, featuring shared plate options, cocktail, and wine specials. You can settle down for some $5 libations every Monday through Friday from 3pm to 6:30pm and Sunday from 3pm to close that includes martinis, house wines, Watermelon Jalapeno Mule and the Black Cherry Basil Mule, the Smoked Sea Salt Paloma, and the Old Old Fashioned just to name a few. You can pair these cocktails with a plate from their Happy Hour $5 shareable plates featuring their out of this world Elotes, House made Beef/Pork blend Meatballs, fresh made Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, their ever popular Crushed Avocado Toast, savory Gouda Mac and Cheese, and the Chicken Satay with Peanut and Chili sauces.
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A Denton musician with a well-traveled palate is opening a cool restaurant-bar in a century-old building off the city's square. Called 940's Kitchen & Cocktails, it's named for Denton's area code and comes from Midlake drummer McKenzie Smith and his wife, plus a circle of friends.
Denton's food scene is booming, and one its latest standouts is 940's Kitchen and Cocktails. 940's is a laid-back, urban hangout just shy of the square, offering a seasonal menu and some of the best cocktails in the city. The menu takes you back with Southern favorites such as Shrimp and Grits and hushpuppies yet shines through expert seasoning and unexpected flavors. 940's prides themselves on offering a wide selection of vegan and vegetarian dishes, even hosting all-vegan dinner options. A welcome addition to the current cuisine on the square, 940's has become a casual yet refined space to enjoy a drink with a date, catch up with friends, or bring family for dinner.
Denton’s newest restaurant and bar on the downtown square has recently expanded its hours to include Saturday and Sunday brunch, a welcomed addition to little D’s weekend plans. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 940's Kitchen & Cocktails serves curious small plates, boards, main dishes and even a burger for those of us industrious enough to already be working on lunch that early.
A friendly, upscale bar-and-restaurant combination recently joined the plethora of local businesses around the Denton Square. Since its debut in Sept. of 2015, 940’s has striven to make its mark on the city, and so far, the business has been successful.
But the process of establishing their business wasn’t an easy one, according to UNT alumnus and band member Mckenzie Smith.
Recently opened on Oak Street, in the old Banter spot is a new Denton staple, 940's Kitchen and Cocktails. If you've been looking for a perfect date spot with a non-family feel, you've finally got it. We've been itching for an spot just like this for forever, and we're pumped that 940's is living up to our great expectations. Read on to hear what we think you should try, and why you gotta check it out if not to just get a 'gram-friendly shot of Denton's new favorite piece of neon.