Mudhen Set to Close Nov 3


Mudhen Meat and Greens, the healthful eatery located in the heart of the Dallas Farmers Market will close on Sunday, November 3.

“I apologize to all the folks in Dallas who appreciate clean and healthy options. I apologize to the vegans and vegetarians, locavores, paleophiles and keto-maniacs! We tried very hard to give you healthful options but in the end we were not successful in attracting enough people to drive all the way down to the Farmers Market to eat,” says Shannon Wynne.

“We firmly believe in a flexible low sugar, high plant-based diet, rare in the Dallas landscape. ‘Killer food that won’t kill you’ was our mantra. We know all too well that many places claim to be “healthful” but still cram sugar and oil into their recipes. We were among only a few restaurants in town cooking meats at temperatures less than 300 degrees to avoid carcinogens, but in the end not enough people really cared. Lesson learned the hard way,” Wynne adds. “Please join us to bid adieu to Mudhen before November 3rd and many thanks to all of our loyal customers.”

Mudhen is working to place staff into jobs at other Moth Management restaurants around town.

Mudhen Meat and Greens is located at 900 S. Harwood St. at the Dallas Farmer’s Market. For more information go to or call . Hours of operation are Monday-Thursday 11:00am-4:00pm and Friday 11:00am-10pm, Saturday 9:00am – 10:00pm and Sunday 9:00am – 4:00pm. Parking available in front of Shed 2, street parking along Marilla and Dallas Farmers Market parking north of Ruibal’s.

Shannon Wynne, Keith Schlabs and Larry Richardson are the creators of numerous beer- and food-centric concepts throughout Dallas-Fort Worth and the Southeast including Bird Café, Meddlesome Moth, Miriam Cocina Latina, Mudhen Meat and Greens, Rodeo Goat (6 locations), Flying Saucer Draught Emporium (16 locations in the Southeast) and Flying Fish (12 locations in the Southeast).

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