you’ve got to check out the bishop arts district of dallas. i can’t wait to go back and explore more. there have been so many changes since we moved away and back.
i was there recently and just popped in to stock and barrel to have dinner with friends last weekend and catch a concert at the historic kessler theatre down the street.
i loved my first impression of stock and barrel. it was busy but not obnoxiously packed, had a great crisp and nice/casual aesthetic and it had this delicious and faint smell like barbecue bacon inside. we were seated right away at the time of our reservation and our waiter was attentive but not too much so and had spot-on recommendations.
as you can probably tell from my instagram posts – we eat out a lot. i find myself ordering similar items no matter where we go. i’m pretty predictable. salmon or scallops and sometimes a steak. big whip. but here i tried something new. the wagyu meatloaf with smoked bacon and melted onion hash. it was outstanding! wait- rewind – we started with the crushed avocado toasts with spanish chorizo and balsamic gastrique and the goat cheese dumplings….oh my. i think i could have just had that and been done. everyone was very happy with their dinner and when we looked at our watches and realized our show was about to start, the waiter was awesome at getting us out quickly.
photo creds: top left and bottom: A. Fulford and top right and bottom: Kye R. Lee, staff photographer at dallas morning news.
i would highly recommend stock and barrel in the fun bishop arts district in dallas.
then we got to see some great live music. for starters it was matt stansberry & the romance. i loved this band from OKC!
the headliner was the relatives of dallas and they were awesome! we had so much fun. they had us rolling around on the floor and jumping up and down. we couldn’t help but laugh. check them out here: