Dallas, TX 75206
Dallas Observer's Description
Mudsmith Coffee, located on lower Greenville in the space squished between World Beer Co. and the Single Wide, is larger than nearly every independent coffee shop in town. Enormous vaulted ceilings shoot out from wood paneled walls, adorned with various stuffed animals. A massive bar, located in the center of the shop, boasts two La Marzocco espresso machines (one in mint green, the other sky blue), a selection of pastries, and beer and kombucha on tap. Mudsmith serves Fourbarrel Coffee, based out of San Francisco, and according to one of the shop's many Urban Outfitters-clad baristas, they also be serve wine (they have four bottles to choose from; two red and two white), sandwiches and kombucha mimosas.
Tips from foursquare
Wifi password: mudsmith1.
The spiral staircase does NOT lead to the bathrooms.
No tattoo. No service.
HOLY Kombucha on tap - grab a pint on the rocks for a great refresher.
Go for the middle bathroom..
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