Matt Tobin, Josh Yingling, Oliver Sitrin, Tony Bricker and Ryan Chaney.

Matt Tobin, Tony Bricker, Josh Yingling, Ryan Chaney, Oliver Sitrin.


lind Butcher, located in the eclectic Lower Greenville Avenue neighborhood of East Dallas, was created by Matt Tobin, Josh Yingling, Oliver Sitrin, Tony Bricker and Ryan Chaney. Blind Butcher is a place where guests will discover fine-dining quality food in a comfortable and casual pub-like setting.  We don’t think we fit into a specific category – and, we like that.

Executive chef/Partner Oliver Sitrin has created a menu that changes often, depending on what is in season and available, and uses as many local ingredients as possible. Sitrin’s menu is a combination of almost every cuisine he has experienced in his lifetime and he calls it “worldly-local”. He cures all his meats and grinds and hand cranks the sausages. Oliver and his crew make almost everything in-house, from the pastrami (beef and duck), mustard, and potato chips, to the cheeses, fermented veggies, desserts and more.

Everyone knows the best beverage to pair with sausage is beer and needless to say… we are pretty big on beer. We have worked really hard to curate a beer list that is very representative of the best in local craft, national craft and international offerings. We have 24 drafts and over 50 bottles. We do rotate some draft handles and bring in some bottles or cans on a “featured” basis regularly so be sure and ask your server for updates.  While we’re talking about servers… A great beer menu is nothing without a well informed staff. Our servers have a very good knowledge of the beer menu as well as the food menu. They are always quick to make a recommendation, tell you about a featured product, or suggest a good pairing.

The wine list is an affordable selection from around the world and the cocktails are simple and fresh with no more than 5 ingredients each.   This is not just a place about beer. We want the food to shine and the bar menu to complement the food. We have taken a lot of time to build the bar offerings to appropriately accompany Oliver’s menu. It’s about the entirety of a great dining experience we strive to offer our guests.

Blind Butcher is a cozy space with authentic and existing design elements. The original building structure dates back to the 1920’s. Co-owner Ryan Chaney of artisan construction company, 44 Build, created a space that honors the original integrity of the building and explains it as “art-deco industrial; New York comes to Dallas”.

Blind Butcher is a unique restaurant experience that combines a range of flavors and drinks from all over the world in a relaxed environment.

Good To Know

Blind Butcher is open every day
Mon-Fri – 4:00pm – 2:00 am
Sat-Sun – 3:00pm – 2:00am

Street parking is available on Greenville Ave. & behind Truck Yard. Valet parking is available free of charge at HG Sply Co directly across the street from BB.

Sorry, we cannot accommodate reservations.

To-go orders can be placed in-house only, and there is a $2.00 charge applied to each order, but not each individual item. Not all menu items available to-go.

We accept cash, Visa, Mastercard & American Express.

To better serve our guests, we do not take phone calls during business hours, 4pm-2am.