are reservations required?

No, reservations are not required; however, we are a small dining space with limited seating and fill up fast during busy times! We recommend making a reservation or calling ahead during peak times (Thursday-Saturday dinner, Sunday brunch). You can make a reservation on the front page of our website, through OpenTable, or by calling us at (940) 218-6222.

is there a dress code?

Nope! We get diners of all kinds; business people on lunch, folks walking over from the neighboring gym, prom-goers, Sunday brunchers, and more.

Do you have a gluten-free menu? vegan?

No, we do not have separate diet-restrictive menus, but we have several items that are or can be made to fit within those parameters! Our staff is well-versed on our menu and can answer any questions you have!

Yes! We have a small patio area in front of the restaurant with two tables that seat four people each. Non-service dogs are permitted in this area only. These tables are first-come, first-serve and are not reservable.

Do you have
outdoor seating?

Yes! Street parking spaces run on both sides of Oak street from Elm to Bolivar, as well as down Cedar street from McKinney to Mulberry. These are 2-hour spaces weekdays between 8-5, but are unrestricted all other times. There is also a free, city-monitored parking lot on the corner of McKinney and Cedar!

is there free parking nearby?

No; however, we can prepare large orders for pick-up during non-peak times with at least 24 hours notice.

do you cater?

No, we do not rent out the restaurant for private events and do not have a private room. We CAN host groups of up to 25 in our “party corner,” though; head on over to our “Events” page to find out more!

Do you book
private events?

No, all of our taps are signature cocktails! We carry a wide range of canned and bottled beers from local Denton, DFW, and native Texas breweries.

do you have beer
on draft?

Yes! Just ask your server for a “mocktail” and let them know what flavors you prefer, and our bartenders will whip something right up for you!

Can you make non-alcoholic Cocktails?