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Lower Greenville’s Knuckle Sandwich Co. Abruptly Shutters

So long, steamed sandwiches.

RIP, Knuckle Sandwich Co.
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The restaurant scene on Lower Greenville is as competitive as ever, and one recently-opened sandwich shop apparently couldn’t take the heat.

Escape Hatch Dallas reports that Knuckle Sandwich Co. has closed its doors. The restaurant, known for its East Coast-style steamed sandwiches, was a project between Parliament’s Eddie “Lucky” Campbell and The Standard Pour’s Brian McCullough, neither of whom responded to Eater’s requests for comment.

According to Escape Hatch, Knuckle Sandwich Co. will soon be repurposed into a new concept called Lower Greenville Taps. Alec Kemp, a former Andrews Distributing exec has invested in the concept with plans to “keep the same basic look and feel of Knuckle, add draft beers, and streamline the drink menu.” Though Campbell is no longer involved with the concept, his food menu will remain in place.

No opening timeline has yet been announced for Lower Greenville Taps, but when it arrives, be sure to pour one out for the short-lived Knuckle Sandwich Co.