Stay tuned for a dapper-sounding new addition to Bishop Arts: Parker Barrows Drafthouse and Deli. The building at the corner of West Davis and Bishop dates back to the 1930s, says Oak Cliff Advocate, and the restaurant borrows its name from the famous crime couple Bonnie (Parker) and Clyde (Barrows).
Bar manager Adrian Abeyta has worked up a menu of six classic cocktails and six seasonal cocktails. There are 24 taps — 23 for beer and one for root beer. And chef Kevin MacClaren will offer a menu of traditional New York deli-style sandwiches. All the bread and desserts will be baked nearby at Cretia’s.
Parker Barrows is slated to open in the next couple weeks and will be open till 2 a.m.
Also coming soon to West Davis: A third location of fast-casual Korean fusion spot BBBop (further down the street, near Joy Macarons and Davis Street Espresso) and Blythe Beck and Casie Caldwell's Pink Magnolia in the former Driftwood space