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Check Out the Menu for Alamo Club, Greenville Avenue’s Newest Dining Destination

Get ready for smoky pastrami sandwiches, cocktails, and more

Comforting pastas await at Alamo Club
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Alamo Club, the newest Greenville Avenue destination for dinner and cocktails, will officially make its debut on Wednesday.

The restaurant is set to open for dinner service at 1919 Greenville Avenue, taking over the space formerly known as the Blind Butcher, according to an update posted to Alamo Club’s Facebook page. As previously reported, the restaurant is a project of former Town Hearth manager Austin Rodgers, and is intended to serve as a casual neighborhood destination for dinner, drinks, and late-night eats. At present, the kitchen will close at 10 p.m. as the late-night menu is developed.

A menu posted to the restaurant’s website indicates that it will serve a bounty of dressed-up, comforting dishes that range from spinach-artichoke dip to roasted chicken, bacon cheeseburgers, and spaghetti in cherry tomato sauce. A tight (and diverse) list of wines will be on offer, along with cocktails like a $5 margarita made with Camerana tequila, a rum-based libation named after Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, and a classic Aperol spritz mixed with blood orange soda.

Alamo Club will kick open the doors at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, February 20. The restaurant will be open from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. daily. Before making a reservation, scope out the restaurant’s full menu below.