From Brooke of Barcadia

Barcadia owner set to open Mudsmith, a cosmopolitan coffee shop on Lower Greenville

Barcadia owner set to open coffee shop on Lower Greenville

Mudsmith coffee shop in Dallas
Mudsmith is on Lower Greenville Avenue, not far from where the new Trader Joe's will go. Photo courtesy of Mudsmith
Owner Brooke Humphries at Mudsmith coffee shop
Mudsmith owner Brooke Humphries Photo courtesy of Mudsmith
Mudsmith, coffeeshop
Mudsmith has not one but two La Marzocco machines. Decor features recycled and reclaimed materials. Mudsmith
Mudsmith, coffeeshop
Mudsmith will serve craft beer and wine as well as coffee. Mudsmith
Mudsmith coffee shop in Dallas
Owner Brooke Humphries at Mudsmith coffee shop
Mudsmith, coffeeshop
Mudsmith, coffeeshop

More Dallas coffee talk: Mudsmith, the Lower Greenville coffeehouse concept from Brooke Humphries, owner of Barcadia and Acme F&B, has an opening date: Monday, January 28.

In a release, Humphries says that she's going for a coffee shop experience "reminiscent of New York, Portland or San Francisco."

 Mudsmith will declare its uniqueness from the many other coffee places that have opened by serving coffee from San Francisco-based Four Barrel.

Mudsmith will declare its uniqueness from the many other coffee places that have opened around Dallas in the past few months by serving coffee from San Francisco-based Four Barrel. They will also use brewing methods that go beyond the usual percolator, including Chemex and V-60 machines along with two custom-made Stradas by La Marzocco for specialty espresso drinks. The house coffee will be made via French press.

Pastries will be baked in-house, along with a selection of sandwiches, such as jalapeño meatloaf or ham and cheese with raisin chutney. There will also be eight craft beers and four wines on tap.

The decor, featuring rustic, reclaimed materials, was done by Steve Mabry and Ryan Chaney, who also did Acme F&B.