Enjoy a Classy Dining Experience with Texas History and Flair

Whiskeywoods is a restaurant in Glen Rose, Texas-inspired by “big city” dining and the unique history of its hometown.  
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Delicious Dishes Infused with the Tastes of Texas

Our executive chef leads an accomplished culinary team that delivers unique and delicious dishes sourced mainly from local growers and merchants from Glen Rose and other parts of Texas.
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Storied Cocktails and Drinks Without the Prohibition

Indulge in a selection of classic whiskey, great martinis, elegant wines and cold beers in the Bootleggers Lounge or the Whiskeywood Bar.
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Inspired Rooms Fit for the Fine Dining Experience

Guests will dine in one of two rooms named after the rivers that meet in Glen Rose – The Paluxy and The Brazos. You can also reserve a private dining experience for up to 24 guests.  
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Quality is at heart of everything we do.
A solid and creative executive chef leads our culinary team. Texas growers drive our menu focused on local purveyors of beef and produce. In addition to a few great steaks on the menu, our food revolves around simple dishes that taste amazing, not categorized in just a one-style concept such as a ‘steakhouse.’ We look forward to offering creative, inspired dishes that leave you wanting more.
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Quality is at heart of everything we do.
Our daily changing menu represents the best of what our local markets have to offer. Our passion for sourcing fresh ingredients from farmers and suppliers we know, combining with traditional flavors and rewriting familiar recipes into exceptional cuisine is our mission and greatest joy.
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Whisky is a huge focus for our cocktails, and we believe the cocktails tell a story. The bar offers a flare of nostalgia pieces and hallmarks from around the city and a touch of prohibition-style cocktails. The bootleggers' lounge is an excellent retreat to a more private space. Those looking for a great martini, a glass of wine, or just a cold beer will be able to call the Whiskywood bar their own.
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