Hannah’s Off the Square is a fine dining restaurant in Denton, TX in a renovated turn of the century blacksmith. They have a seasonal menu that features produce and meat from local farmer and ranchers.
Hannah’s offered flights of wines ranging in price from $3 to $6, generally served in a group of four. However, they allowed me to get two glasses. I was particularly excited about the Educated Guess chardonnay. A full glass was priced at $15, which is a little steep, but a small glass was only $5.50. It was excellent. Anyone know where you can purchase this in Nashville?
As a starter, I ordered a Caesar salad. The presentation was very original, with two uncut ribs of Romaine lettuce drizzled with a light dressing and sprinkled with soft croutons and Parmesan shavings. The presentation resulted in very crunchy lettuce. I would go back just to get this salad.
For the main course, I ordered the poblano grilled quail. The stuffed chili relleno was accompanied by tomatillo garlic rice and topped with poblano cream. The quail was tender and the rice was a beautiful blend of flavors with a very nice heat.
For dessert, I tried the carrot cake, which won multiple awards in Denton. The cake was very dense with cream cheese icing between the 3 layers of cake, topped with a generous amount of pecans. An excellent way to end a fantastic meal.Hannah’s Off the Square 111 W Mulberry St
Denton, TX 76201