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Organic Juice & Coffee Bar Heads To West Village; Tre Wilcox Launches Cooking Classes

Plus, McKinney's best hidden gem expands lunch service.

Get your juice (and coffee) on in West Village
Get your juice (and coffee) on in West Village
Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

UPTOWN – Brewed + Pressed, a combination juice bar and coffee shop, will open in Uptown’s West Village this spring. Owner Zach Adell, a fitness trainer, has hired a “classically trained, plant-based” chef to lead the kitchen, which will offer sprouted green bowls, chia pudding, and other healthy snacks. Of course, espresso from Portland’s Stumptown Roasters, housemade almond milk, and cold-pressed juices will also be on offer. [CultureMap]

PLANO – Tre Wilcox has been very busy these past few months. After opening Julia Pearl Southern Cuisine in January, he’ll launch Tre Wilcox Cooking Concepts, a brand new “hands-on culinary environment” where the celebrity chef will teach novice cooks how to braise, slice, and dice with the best of them. Classes start at $75, and can be scheduled via Wilcox’s website.

MCKINNEY – Patina Green, the tiny interiors market and pop-up style restaurant that is McKinney’s shiniest hidden gem, has expanded its lunch service. Previously only available a few days a week, Patina Green’s Chef Robert Lyford will serve his locally-sourced sandwiches, soups, and salad seven days a week from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. [EaterWire]