The Lower Greenville restaurant churn continues. The old Crown and Harp and Daddy Jack’s spaces have been combined and redone by the owners of Lower Greenville’s bourbon lounge and restaurant Feed Company.

Feed Company was opened in June by Sameer Patel and Patrick Bruce in the former Nandina’s location just off Greenville, and they will bring Leela’s Raw Bar on the first floor and ABV Establishment on the second.

Leela’s Raw Bar will serve seasonal plates and oysters and include a meat slicing counter with a wine bar. ABV Establishment will have more of a speakeasy feel, and will serve old-school cocktails and bar food. Between the two, there will be 25 cocktails and 20 different wines.

Across the street, in the old pawn shop space, a Wells Fargo is on the way as well as another dessert option. Creamistry is a California transplant that makes ice cream with liquid nitrogen. The chemistry allows for them to make the treat ready to order, and come in cream, organic, sorbet and coconut milk options. The chain has over 30 locations in California, as well as the Austin and Houston areas. The ice cream shop is adjacent to Joy Macaroons and Dude, Sweet Chocolate, and sits across the street from Botolino artisan gelato and Steel City Pops, perhaps the sweetest block in Dallas.

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