Andy’s resides in one of the oldest buildings (1877) on the historic downtown Denton, TX square. The building encompasses 3 levels of unique experiences under one roof. It was originally a grocery store, before becoming a movie theater, originally called the Ritz Theater, then the Plaza Theater. It was later a pornographic theater known as the Rathole. It is named after the building's original owner, B.F. Paschall.
It often has live music with a cover, but there is also a basement for people who don't have much money and don't like live music.Andy's is one of the best venue in Denton to see live music.
Paschall Bar is located in the upstairs of Andy's. Its an upscale cocktail lounge.
Located on Eagle Mountain Lake, this venues features live music Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Mondays are Open Mic Night. Full food and bar service.
Spread across the Dallas - Fort Worth area this chain with 17 locations offers burgers, entrees, bar, and live music at many of their locations.
Incredible downtown views from a rooftop patio where diners enjoy modern eats, creative cocktails, and music on Wednesdays and Saturday.
Relaxed Denton atmosphere, with rock, jazz, blues and country acts. Looking for the Denton vibe just stop in here and enjoy the great music.
Downtown Cowtown at the Isis Theatre is finally open with live entertainment on the weekends, classic films during the week, and a full-service speakeasy bar open seven days a week from 11am till midnight.
The Historic Isis Theatre has a rich history dating back to 1914. The theatre saw its heyday in the 30's and created lifelong memories for the community for decades. Sadly, the doors went dark in 1988. Time was not kind to this beautiful structure, but with care and dedication, The Isis is now back to life in 2021. Now known as Downtown Cowtown at the Historic Isis Theatre, this city landmark now shares classic films by day and live entertainment by night.