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Denton Eats: Last Drop Tavern

Denton Eats: Last Drop Tavern

Denton Eats: Last Drop Tavern
September 16
13:33 2013

Cole Clay / Intern

Last Drop Tavern is Denton’s dual threat Located at 508 South Elm St. With an atmosphere to fit just about any occasion and fantastic pizza, it is a great place to come and relax.

It specializes in brick oven 10-inch Neapolitan Pizza made with all-natural Italian ingredients. Last Drop Tavern offers specialty pizzas or, if you are more traditional, you can build your own and add as many toppings as your heart desires.

The specialty pizzas are appropriately priced. The most inexpensive of the choices at $8.50 is the Margherita, made with mozzarella, basil and extra virgin olive oil that has a well–balanced, fresh flavor. Or, for something with more of a kick you can try out the Diavola for $9.50. The pizza is topped with roasted red bell peppers, crushed red pepper and garlic.

Build your own pizzas start with cheese and are base-priced at a meager $7.00, with $1.00 for each additional topping. The restaurant has all your standard meats and then some, most of which are authentic Italian, including Prosciutto and Mortadella.

For those not in the mood for pizza, Last Drop also has fresh green, Gorgonzola or Caesar salads for $3.75.

Local patrons patiently wait after ordering food at the bar of Last Drop Tavern. -Photo by Porschia Paxton / Intern

Last Drop has many facets, with a full service bar, plenty of TVs hanging up around playing ESPN and pool tables. The atmosphere can surely comply with a wide variety of people, and as an added bonus it has a wide selection of craft beers.

The service is good, but a bit unconventional. Last drop doesn’t have waiters, so you place your order at the bar and seat yourself. Luckily the staff is quick to react if you need anything.

If places like this keep popping up around town, Denton is sure to become known for its food rather than live music.

Last Drop opens at 11 a.m. and closes at 2 a.m., with the kitchen staying open until midnight on weekends and 11 P.M. on weekdays.

The classic choice of pizza is a trademark entree one can order at the bar and grill. This pepperoni pizza, which is big enough for two people to share, is around $10 including tax. – Feature photo by Porschia Paxton / Intern 

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