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Mudsmith Coffee Shop Opens January 28 on Greenville

Mudsmith (photo by Joy Zhang)

The super hipster coffee house trend is invading Dallas, and it doesn’t look like it’s slowing down anytime soon. Brooke Humphries, the same woman behind ACME F&B and Barcadia Bar, is the coffee brains behind Mudsmith, a new shop opening at 2114 Greenville Ave., across the road from the future Trader Joe’s. It’s fancy schmancy, just like all the other new coffee shops these days, and it will be serving Four Barrel coffee out of San Francisco.

The press release states:

Mudsmith baristas will be using Chemex and V-60 for slow pour over methods and two custom made Stradas by La Marzocco for specialty espresso drinks. French press will be the house coffee. All coffee drinks will be carefully made with the Four Barrel beans and specific technique.  Eight craft beers and four wines on tap will rotate frequently.  Fresh pastries baked in-house and a selection of sandwiches such as the jalapeno meatloaf with redneck cheddar and guava BBQ sauce and a ham and cheese with raisin chutney also made in-house with local and organic ingredients will be offered. Three Happy Cows yogurt, Roots Juices and several other local companies’ product will fill the shelves of the coolers.

Mudsmith opens January 28 at 7 a.m. It’ll be serving coffee seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Owner Brooke Humphries (photo by Joy Zhang)

 

One comment on “Mudsmith Coffee Shop Opens January 28 on Greenville

  1. The decor of their places is awesome. That’s all that awesome. Food at Acme is hit or miss, which is fine if I’m at On the Border, but at Acme prices, you better make my mouth do a happy dance with every menu item. Also, they love to tell a story…and they RAMBLE ON AND ON AND ON AND ON with that damn story. Stop making everything so complicated, gals. Just deliver quality food and drink, since you’re charging a damn premium! Even rich people will be fatigued by this model soon. Seriously.