East Dallas has a new neighborhood hangout offering up elevated sandwiches, craft cocktails and icy cold beer in a laidback, everybody-knowns-your-name atmosphere.
BarNone, which opened December 4 at 718 N. Buckner Boulevard in White Rock Center, has an impressive Dallas dining background. Co-founder Todd Dickerson spent more than two decades as managing partner of beloved Deep Ellum dive Angry Dog, and executive chef Michael Schueler previously worked as executive sous chef at Bartaco. Together with Dickerson’s wife Jennifer Rohde Dickerson and her parents, Jack and Karen Rohde, the team promises a friendly community hangout where “everyone is welcome”. The Dickersons are also longtime East Dallas residents.
“We are so excited to open our doors and offer the best food, spirits and service…bar none. We want BarNone to be a place that everyone feels comfortable, whether coming from the office or from nearby White Rock Lake,” Todd Dickerson said in a statement.
The menu will focus on classic American fare, with super-comforting sandwiches like the Gigaton, a large Italian loaf stuffed with provolone, romano and meat sauce; and several takes on the grilled cheese, with fillings like 44 Farms short rib, salami and black forest ham, and ground hamburger. Juicy all-the-way burgers will also be on offer, as well as a classic wedge salad, fried tacos and salmon fish and chips.
The bar menu will include beer from local and regional breweries, including Community Brewery, Lakewood Brewing Company, Four Corners Brewery, Bishop Brewery, and Manhattan Project Brewing Company.
For now, BarNone is open for dinner service from 3 p.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Saturday, and from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday. Lunch service and patio dining will be available soon.