The Downtown Dallas Texas Tavern, Rodeo Bar, Now Open for Lunch

Rodeo Bar, the quintessential Texas tavern in Downtown Dallas is now open for lunch 7 days a week beginning at 11 a.m. in addition to their dinner and late-night hours. Guests can enjoy the all-day menu with a playful approach to comfort food, and a nostalgic appreciation for Americana fare. Smash-style burgers are the focus of the menu as a nod to the original Rodeo Bar, which many regulars thought to have had one of the best burgers in town during its time. 

“Reopening Rodeo Bar has been a thrill for us and it’s great to see the heart and soul of this historic bar come back to life. While we are currently known for our happy hour, dinner and late-night, we’re looking forward to serving our guests their Rodeo Bar favorites at lunch as well,” said Chef Charles Olalia, Culinary Director for Makeready.

Standout items on the menu include “snacks” such as the Rodeo Nachos – ground beef, charro beans, pico de gallo, green chili queso, sour cream, salsa roja; Green Chili Queso & Chips; and Buttermilk Fried Chicken Wings

Craveable burgers and sandwiches include the Rodeo Burger – 44 Farms pure beef patty, American cheese, RB saucy sauce; El Tejano – 44 Farms pure beef patty, corn tostada, smoked pork adobado, guacamole, pickles, chipotle aioli; Big Tex – Thick 8 oz Texas patty, bacon jam, cheddar cheese, pickles, RB saucy sauce; Fried Chicken Sandwich – crispy chicken, pickled slaw, chipotle aioli; and Burnt Ends Sandwich – pecan smoked pork belly and red onion. 

Fresh salads include the XL Taco Salad – ground beef, charro beans, pickled jalapeños, pico de gallo, lettuce, cheddar cheese; and Jalapeño Ranch Salad – lettuce, cabbage, charred corn, sweet peppers, cilantro, lime, corn nuts.

For those wanting to have some booze with their lunch, Rodeo Bar’s bar program mirrors the food with a no-frills approach offering Texas inspired cocktails as well as Texas beer staples such as Lone Star and Shiner Bock.

Lunch is offered daily beginning at 11 a.m.

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