Bar & Garden organic wine store to move to new location in Dallas


Bar & Garden on Ross Avenue, a wine merchant with Dallas’ largest selection of natural and organic wines, will be relocating to a new location on Haskell Avenue in 2022.

Julie Buckner says she wants Bar & Garden to be a place of “kindness and serenity”. Here is an overview of the existing store on Ross Avenue. When it moves to Haskell Avenue, the store will be designed with a similar vibe: natural wood tones and “plants everywhere,” Buckner says.(Tom Fox / Staff Photographer)

Managing partner Julie Buckner says Bar & Garden will retain the same identity when it moves to a two-story building just half a mile from the original. And it will take time: the existing store will close and the new one will open in July 2022, she believes.

Bar & Garden will be across from the new lively Loro restaurant and neighbors with E-Bar Tex Mex.

Buckner says she wants Bar & Garden to be a place where wine lovers can learn, regardless of their level of understanding of organic and natural wines – which is the vibe she originally created.

“I want to create an inclusive space, where everyone is welcome – of all levels of knowledge, of all backgrounds. [level]. Everyone, ”she said.

“We are not an arrogant wine bar. We’re here for everyone, to ask all the stupid questions. If we don’t know the answer, we’ll learn from you.

The selections of canned wines from the wine panel

When Bar & Garden opened in 2017, it was selling “elegant” wines and spirits that were likely unknown to many Dallas drinkers. He sold the “crazy, unheard-of varietals” at a time when some consumers didn’t even know how to ask for them, Buckner says.

She opened the store after a personal trip to find out more about where her food and drink came from.

“I stopped drinking wine. I thought I couldn’t drink it anymore because I was allergic to it, ”she says. Then she learned that wine without sulfates and residual sugars – purer products made the old-fashioned way – didn’t produce the same uncomfortable result. (You know the feeling, “You don’t have to feel like a truck has run over you after drinking a few glasses of wine at night,” she says.)

“It’s a very personal story because I love wine. It was really heartbreaking to take that out of my life for so many years. When I was able to safely reintroduce it and understand what was going on, it was amazing, ”she says.

The new Bar & Garden, like the existing boutique, will offer organic wines and spirits without artificial ingredients.

Bar & Garden will remain at 3314 Ross Ave., Dallas, until mid-2022. The new store, located at 1900 N. Haskell Ave., Dallas, is expected to open in mid-2022.

Correction: A previous version of this story stated that Bar & Garden would be located at 1901 N. Haskell Ave., Dallas. The correct address is 1900 N. Haskell Ave., Dallas.

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