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Dan's Silverleaf

103 N. Industrial St. Denton, TX 76201 | Denton | 940-320-2000

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Dan's Bar: The Sequel has the homey familiarity of the original, plus its rugged wood and woven-blanket atmosphere (not to mention Chef Pam cookin' up on Wednesday nights). Tricky to locate between the square and assorted warehouses, Dan's still hosts the best of Denton's rootsier bands.


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