Index: Where to Get Queso in Denton
Cheese. It's wonderful in all forms but our favorite is probably when it's melted, aka queso. Pair it with some crispy tortilla chips and all is well in our world. Hell, if no chips were available, we'd probably eat it with a spoon. Thankfully we live in Denton, a town with plentiful options if you're having that cheesy craving - check them out below and shoot us an email if we missed a place.
They’ve got their classic cheese dip with seasoned beef or if you’re feeling a little more adventurous, check out the white spinach queso or loaded white queso.
Chuy’s has got a couple options to satisfy the queso craving: chile con queso with Green Chile & Ranchero sauce or Queso Compuesto with beef, guac, and pico.
Eat queso and then the mac and cheese burger, because you can never really have too much cheese.
They’ve got your basic queso AND a spiced up version with chipotle, poblano, jalapeno, onion, tomato, and garlic.
When queso isn’t enough, they’ve got nachos too.
Check out their reward app - spend enough money on queso (and other things) and eventually you get free queso.
Something about eating queso on a rooftop with a view of the courthouse just makes the queso that much better - or maybe it’s the brisket.
Queso for free at lunch, according to their website.
Grab queso on the go, because they’ve got a drive thru! (Arrive alive and with the chips safe: don’t eat and drive)
Go original style or primo style with beef, guac, and sour cream.
Queso so good you’ll want to eat it every day.
Splurge a little and go for the queso supreme - your taste buds will say thank you.
The best queso you can get on the 200 block of E. Hickory.
Denton Pro Tip # 186: stay home, order Breckies delivery from Seven Mile, and eat queso for breakfast. It’s the best thing to do the morning after a long night at a show (we’re speaking from personal experience here).
White queso & Poblanos = <3
218 W Oak St.
Sports bars and queso are always a good combination.
Make a meal out of their appetizer menu with queso and street tacos.
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