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A New Destination for Vegan Eats Will Soon Debut in the Bishop Arts District

Lucky Mouth Grocery will sling meat-free snacks and lunch options

Signage is up on Lucky Mouth Grocery’s Bishop Arts space
Adriana Martinez Miers

This winter, the Bishop Arts District will welcome Lucky Mouth Grocery, a new destination for vegan snacks and grab-and-go eats.

The new shop is set to arrive later this year at 196 West Davis Street, Suite 120. It’s a project of Dallas hair guru Adriana Martinez Miers and her husband David, who launched Lucky Mouth Grocery as a pick-up only “grocery store” for vegan snacks. When it opens in the Bishop Arts District, Martinez tells Eater that it will also serve grab-and-go vegan lunch options like salads, sandwiches, and soups.

“We’re testing a mock tuna salad using chickpeas, some sort of kale salad, and maybe a potato soup or miso soup,” Martinez says. “We want to do our own recipes, but also work with local vegan chefs to come up with items, too.” In addition to the grab-and-go options, diners can also expect vegan tamales from The Tamale Company, a bounty of plant-based meat substitutions, and cashew-based “queso” on the shop’s lengthy list of take-home snacks.

Right now, Martinez expects that construction on Lucky Mouth Grocery’s space will be completed by November. Stay tuned for an official opening date.

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