Good news for caffeine junkies in Cowtown: Mudsmith is headed that way. Per a post to the Lowest Greenville coffee shop's Facebook page, a location is slated to open at the So7 mixed-use development this fall.
Like the Greenville Avenue original, the Fort Worth location will serve coffee, craft beer on tap, fresh juices, and food. Current menu specialties include an iced mint mocha, the Mudslinger — a shot of espresso layered with vanilla and half-and-half — and a jalapeno popper grilled cheese. The shop also serves pourover, cold-brew, all the standard espresso drinks, and NOLA-style shaved ice.
It seems a logical location for Mudsmith, as the western branch of owner Brooke Humphries' Barcadia concept also resides there. Other concepts already calling So7 home include Tim Love's Love Shack, Pho District, and Max's Wine Dive.
Mudsmith also has plans to expand to downtown Dallas and Frisco, but those openings are further out. Reached for comment via email, Humphries says Fort Worth will be first on the list to make its debut.
In related Cowtown coffee news, Avoca Coffee Roasters will also open a second location in the West 7th area this fall. The menu will be similar to that of the Magnolia Avenue original, with the addition of cold-brew on tap and more pastry options.