Mudsmith exteriorGuess what’s coming to Lower Greenville right across from the future Trader Joe’s?  A new coffee shop/beer and wine tap.

Brooke Humphries, owner of Acme F&B, Barcadia Bar and Grill and It’ll Do, will open the doors at Mudsmith this coming Monday, Jan. 28 at 2114 Greenville.

Mudsmith promises a “unique coffee shop experience serving celebrated Four Barrel coffee out of San Francisco.”

brooke owner shot“I wanted to create a coffee shop experience reminiscent of New York, Portland or San Francisco that combines the underground elements of local craft beer with craft coffee in an environment that’s hip, yet rustic and modern,” Humphries explains.

To get said “rustic yet modern” feel, Mudsmith uses its reclaimed space and accents it with metal and steelwork provided by Steve Mabry of Rusty Buffalo as well as interior design by Ryan Chaney of Chaney 44.

mudsmith interior 2Mudsmith baristas will be using Chemex and V-60 machines for slow pour-over methods and two custom-made Stradas by La Marzocco for specialty espresso drinks. French press will be the house coffee. Plus, eight craft beers and four wines on tap will rotate frequently.

If you get the munchies, there will be fresh pastries baked in-house and a selection of sandwiches also made in-house with local and organic ingredients, plus other menu items.

Mudsmith is located at 2114 Greenville and is open Monday through Sunday, from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Check out their website for more.

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