Dallas >Old Monk (The)
Just like the Pubs in London. This place has the BEST selection of beers!! Their Smoked Salmon sandwhich on marble rye is delectable!!! My mouth is watering, just thinking about it!! Very relaxed atmosphere. I just wish it wasn't so smokey!!
It seems to get worse and worse. When I first moved here from California I really like this bar cuz it was not stuffy and seemed to serve pretty good food but the more often I go there it seems like the service and food are getting worse and worse. Plus, I do think the drinks are a little over priced. I guess I will have to keep looking for relaxing place.
Impressive beer selection, excellent bar food and uber-cozy ambience--this could be the perfect pub..
Heaps of young professionals and nostalgic Brits haunt this appealing Henderson Avenue tavern, a candlelit, intimate place with loads of Old-World charm. Inside, it's all cozy nooks and crannies, with worn wooden tables, exposed-brick walls covered with beer posters and tin signs, and a handsome back bar straight from a British chemist's shop. Service is generally fast and friendly, even on the two patio spaces (one enclosed), which fill up quickly on warm nights.
Offering 15 beers on tap (from Harp and Bass to Belgian faves Chimay White and De Koninck), as well as more than 50 by the bottle, the Monk's mostly European list is one of the best in town. Regulars swear by the food, too; favorites on the casual pub-grub menu include Belgian-style steamed mussels, hearty Guinness beef stew, Bass Ale batter-fried fish-and-chips, and generous cheese boards weighed down with garnishes.
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