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Lower Greenville Bar Vagabond Calls It Quits

It was home to bone marrow burgers and a bocce ball court.

Margo Sivin

Lower Greenville Avenue bar Vagabond is dunzo — for now, at least. Teresa Gubbins reports that the watering hole and live music venue closed its doors over the weekend.

The former site of Mexican restaurant J. Pepe's, Vagabond opened in early 2014 with a clever, whiskey-heavy cocktail menu and tasty bar food that included bone marrow burgers and beef tongue pastrami. The focal point of the backyard was a bocce ball court, made by filling in J. Pepe's swimming pool.

Per CultureMap, "Musicians who were scheduled to play during the remainder of August were told that the bar hoped to reopen under new ownership in next few months." Stay tuned to see if Vagabond will rise again.

Vagabond

3619 Greenville Ave., Dallas, TX 75206 (214) 824-2263 Visit Website

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