Friday, June 21, 2013 , Updated 2:04 p.m., July 22, 2013
Fuzzy’s Taco Shop in Deep Ellum opened July 22
And if you pay for a show at Three Links, you'll will be able to travel freely between the businesses.
[UPDATE: McGee's wife Kelly confirmed Fuzzy's in Deep Ellum opened softly Monday, July 22 for business.]
As we reported in January, Fuzzy’s is taking over half of the old LaGrange spot on Elm Street, which formerly housed Rock and Roll Tacos. A new music venue called Three Links opened earlier this year in the other half of the building.
Fuzzy’s in Deep Ellum is currently under renovation to put in a new bar and paint, though no major changes are being made. McGee said the taco shop will have between eight and 12 beer taps, including a few local listings, alongside its usual margarita and Fuzzy Drivers offerings.
Fuzzy’s and Three Links will operate independently; however, the spaces will remain connected by a small hallway in the back and share the patio. McGee said those who pay for a show at Three Links will be able to travel freely between the restaurant and venue, even with drinks in hand. He said the two businesses reside “under one TABC umbrella.” Personnel will be monitoring the connection so that patrons of the restaurant cannot sneak into a show at Three Links, McGee added.
Fuzzy’s will be open until 3 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays to cater to the neighborhood’s busiest evenings. Tacos will available from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, until 12 a.m. on Thursday, and until 10 p.m. on Sunday. The shop opens at 9 a.m. on both Saturday and Sunday.
Deep Ellum houses the fourth Fuzzy’s location in Dallas city limits. The franchise most recently opened a booth in Gexa Energy Pavilion in April. The other two locations are on Mockingbird, one is by Love Field and the other is near Lakewood.
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