This Greenville Avenue pub serves up the finest beer-food combos in Dallas
If you love beer and plan to be in Dallas this fall, then there's no better place to celebrate the autumn season than with a beer at The Libertine Bar. This quaint neighborhood gem is the perfect spot to kick back with friends and toast to the cooler weather, and there are tons of fall events that cannot be missed! The Libertine Bar kicks off the fall season in September, complete with great beer-food pairing events.
The North Texas Beer Week will feature an eight-day celebration that showcases some of the Dallas region's finest craft beer breweries.
On Sunday, Nov. 8, The Libertine Bar will have the French Quarter Temptress Pint Night, with beers from the Lakewood Brewing Company. On Monday, Nov. 3, it will feature the Ommegang Hop Chef. Tuesday, Nov. 4, will have Cask Tapping from the Rahr and Sons Brewing Company. On Thursday, Nov. 6, the bar will hold the Revolver Block Party, and on Friday, Nov. 7, it will feature a Meet and Greet with the Grapevine Craft Brewery.
Each month in the fall will also feature a special evening of fall flavor dinners. Along with the mouth-watering beer and food pairings, The Libertine Bar also features Pint Nights every Thursday, with featured logo glasses and beers like Gulden Draak, Ace Pineapple and Ace Pumpkin Cider. No matter how low the temperatures drop, visitors will stay warm at this popular local bar!
On Wednesdays, The Libertine Bar specializes in home-bred Texas brews: bottled beers, draught beers and wines. Visitors can enjoy $3 glasses or half-priced wine bottles of "Lone Star State" favorites like Deep Ellum, Lakewood, Peticolas, Revolver, No Label, Shiner, Rahr, St. Arnold, Lone Star, Real Ale and Southern Star.
If you can't make it to one of the nightly events, you're still in luck! The Libertine Bar also has one of the best brunches in all of Dallas. Brunch is served here every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Enjoy a perfectly made Bloody Mary paired with one of many delectable brunch items, such as the crab Benedict and the cajun Benedict, complete with andouille sausage and grilled crawfish. If you're more in the mood for a pub-like breakfast, try the braised beef hash or biscuits and gravy.
The Libertine Bar is situated in the heart of Lower Greenville Avenue, just steps from the Trader Joe's shopping center. There is ample parking around the bar, and the dress code is casual.
Make plans to celebrate fall with your friends at The Libertine, and be sure to come with an appetite!