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R Bar & Grill appoints Isaac Walker as Executive Chef

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Chef Isaac Walker has been named the new Executive Chef at R Bar & Grill and the Hilton Arlington. The new chef brings with him a versatile 20+ years of culinary experience in fine dining, hotel service, and high-volume quick service restaurants. Walker’s resume boasts culinary roles at many esteemed hotels and restaurants, including The Driskill Hotel in Austin, TX, Fairmont Hotel in Dallas, TX, Doubletree Campbell Center in Dallas, TX,  Kona Grill, and Pickles BBQ & Ice House.

A Michigan-native, Walker adopted Texas as his home state many years ago. He currently resides in Plano, TX where on his downtown he enjoys spending time with his four children, reading cookbooks, playing pool and hunting during open season. Executive Chef Isaac Walker has perfected a menu at  that puts an elegant spin on regional foods from Texas, and the South. Walker will continue to feature ingredients from local purveyors and dishes influenced by cuisine in the region. Some of these local purveyors include Dallas Mozzarella Co., Dallas, TX; Jimmy’s Food Store, Dallas, TX; Veldhuizen Farms, Dublin, TX; and Gloria’s Tortilla’s, Fort Worth, TX. The cocktail and craft beer program features cocktails made with fresh juices, house made bitters and mixers.

“It’s a great privilege to join the culinary team at Hilton Arlington,” explains Chef Isaac Walker. “I constantly challenge myself to upgrade and update whatever is popular in the industry, and I’m looking forward to bringing my competitive spirit to my new role. I’m a firm believer that you can’t truly understand what customers want without spending time with them, so with that said I’m looking forward to meeting with guests to ensure I’m capturing the flavors and presentation they’re looking for.”

 R Bar is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. on Sunday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. – 12 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. Happy Hour is available Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

R Bar & Grill
Hilton Arlington 
2401 E Lamar Blvd
Arlington, TX

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