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Jon Stevens, Stock & Barrel
Chef Jon Stevens in front of the orange-red tile backsplash in his open kitchen at Stock & Barrel. Photo by Marc Lee
Stock & Barrel, Bishop Arts
Burger with skinny Kennebac fries.  Photo by Marc Lee
Stock & Barrel, decor
The interior at Stock & Barrel is a stunner with varying shades of gray and taupe. Photo by Marc Lee
Chicken at Stock & Barrel restaurant in Dallas
Harissa chicken with asparagus quinoa salad and charred lemon. Photo by Marc Lee
Stock & Barrel, Bishop Arts
Exterior of Stock & Barrel, located in the thick of the action on Davis Street. Photo by Marc Lee
Broiled artichoke at Stock & Barrel in Dallas
Grilled artichoke with charred lemon mayo. Photo by Marc Lee
Stock & Barrel, Bishop Arts
Front door of Stock & Barrel has industrial bolts on its backside; it looks out onto Davis Street. Photo by Marc Lee
Stock & Barrel
From the grill comes coal-roasted eggplant with grilled vegetables and bulgur salad. Photo courtesy of Stock & Barrel
Stock & Barrel, Bishop Arts
Colorful vertical slats of wood are recycled from the original rafters. Photo by Marc Lee
Stock & Barrel, Bishop Arts
Mirror over banquettes reflects kitchen area from across the room where chef Stevens demonstrates menu to staff. Photo by Marc Lee