We went to the Libertine Bar during the day to check out their award-winning bar food. Sitting at the bar to taste bar food seemed like a good idea. Table service means a server controls all happiness, which can sometimes end sadly. Attempting to check out the cool craft beer selection would have been embarrassing, as noted in the recent Blind Butcher review. Trying to figure this out hurts every time. Feel excited for those people who know what is up with craft beer because they’ve got it going on. You either get it or you don’t. Raise the roof for craft beer enthusiasts. It’s the right thing to do.
The $5 food special section sent visions of exactly what the cheese plate would look like running through my head. The cheese plate was going to have an explosion of interesting items even though $5 is not a lot of profit for Libertine to make. It’s never a good idea to assume a $5 happy hour cheese plate is going to knock your socks off. This is your own fault for choosing to assume something ridiculous.
This gigantic picture of a tiny bread plate, also know as a saucer, is here to help the internet not feel the pain of how small the saucer-sized happy hour cheese plate appetizer really is. Hopefully everyone continues to have a great day. Maybe daydreaming about happy hour food is a bad idea because the build up can cause a let down. There were more pickles than cheese, which quickly resulted in a depressing first-world cheese plate problem.
An exciting restroom is always welcome around here. The care showcased inside Libertine’s restroom means the owners must be BFFs with Nick Badovinus. After a full-blown investigation using Google, we cannot rule this out.
It’s hard to describe the excitement my friend felt about the mac & cheese. He jumped all over it before ordering anything else and even spent time making food-pleasure noises. The side of mac & cheese is not small. Not even Yelp people can complain about the mac & cheese side being small. This side is none other than large.
Our kitchen serves seasonal dishes by chef Ashley Yancey, sourced from local producers bringing you the freshest and highest standard products. Most menu items are made in-house, including our burger patties ground in-house with 100% beef prime cuts.
A while back my friend ordered a grilled cheese sandwich with avocado, tomato, cheese, and bacon– which is a perfect example of bacon bringing a sandwich to its peak point of perfection. People sitting around the table were oohing and aahing all over the place. After ordering it without bacon, there’s definite proof bacon seems to seal the grilled-cheese-dining-deal at the Libertine Bar. The vibe of this sandwich changed once the bacon was absent. Maybe everything is better with bacon. This is not the time to leave bacon out of the equation. Ordering this sandwich with a side of mac & cheese will definitely leave hungry Dallas people happy.
FIVE: High 5!
FOUR: Please & Thank You
TWO: Double Wow
ONE: Wow + Ouch = Wouch
2101 Greenville Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75206
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