Sidesaddle Saloon

A craft-cocktail and wine bar from the team behind Taco Heads and Tinie’s Mexican Rotisserie is coming to Mule Alley. Sidesaddle pays homage to the spirit of the American cowgirl, guests can expect curated cocktails and Texas-style tapas in a rustic-modern, brick-walled, neo-saloon setting. They’re set to open late February.

AVOCA Coffee Roasters

Fort Worth-based artisanal coffee roastery, AVOCA Coffee Roasters will be opening its 3rd location in Fort Worth in Mule Alley in mid-February. Mitchell Garman Architects are designing the roughly 780 square feet of space that will expand to approximately 1,100 square feet with a Mezzanine and an outdoor café area in the new location. The space pays homage to Cowtown’s country roots while maintaining the edgy urban vibe that is representative of AVOCA.

Restaurateur Jason Boso is opening Second Rodeo Brewing company in Mule Alley in mid-February. Second Rodeo Brewing will be a backyard bar with chef-driven grub, live music and outdoor games for the whole family. Guests will enjoy Jason Boso’s signature beer, brewed in-house, under the rustic interior’s dramatic, retractable roof.

 

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