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Mama Tried to Open at Toyota Music Factory Irving

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The Texas Two Step isn’t going to be the only lucky draw at Texas Lottery Plaza for long. Popular Nashville-style honky-tonk, Mama Tried, is expanding into Toyota Music Factory this summer. The bar/restaurant/live music venue is the brainchild of popular local owner-operator, Brooke Humphries, known for her vibrant concepts around the metroplex.

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More Restaurant Closings

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It has been a terrible week for restaurant enthusiasts and owners alike as we report a few more closings today including Pints and Quarts and Mercado Juarez Dallas.

Pints and Quarts opened exactly three years ago next week and suffered a few heartfelt struggles, namely parking which can be precarious at best on Lowest Greenville. But shed no tears for owner Brooke Humphries who recently opened another Pints in the Centrum building off Oak Lawn, and with 3,500 square feet as opposed to 900 on Greenville.  Continue reading

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Pints and Quarts Open for Business Today

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From the same owners of Mudsmith, Barcadia, and It’ll Do, Pints and Quarts opened their doors today. The kitschy burger joint is located on the south west corner of Ross and Greenville Avenue. The restaurant focuses on burgers and dogs, but also features a full bar with plenty of beer taps and cool cocktails.   Continue reading

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Pints & Quarts Set To Open Mid April

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I reached out to Brooke Humphries (owner of Mudsmith, Barcadia, and It’ll Do) about her new burger resto, Pints & Quarts that will be located on the southwest corner of Ross and Greenville Avnue. This is a tiny building that formerly hosted a small tire shop.

If you drive by the corner you can see that construction has begun on the building, and Humphries is looking at mid April to open this burger stop that will have a “vintage gas station vibe”. Humphries said, “it will be as period correct as we can get it. You know I love that.”  Look for solid fast casual burgers, flat top dogs with a good all-in price point below $10.  Continue reading

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Mudsmith To Open On Lower Greenville In Dec

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From Brooke Humphries and Brianna Larson who brought you Barcadia and now full owners of Acme F&B, look for a new venture to be located at 2114 Greenville Avenue. Mudsmith will be an elevated coffee house serving FourBarrel Coffee from San Francisco. Four Barrel implements a vintage German roaster for their responsibly selected green beans, and is known for their extreme quality.    Continue reading

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