Mule Alley Welcomes New Tenants Including Flea Style

September 30, 2021

Dallasite Brittany Cobb is bringing her popular Flea Style store to Mule Alley in Fort Worth. The store features rare finds that Cobb has sourced across the globe, including clothing, jewelry, home decor, hats, and unique western wear.

Opening Oct. 1, the 3,400-square-foot space will also house Flea Style’s biggest hat bar to date, slinging its private-label Stetson collection as well as colorful vegan options and a huge assortment of unique accents for customers to make bespoke hats. A mini version of their full-fledged restaurant Heirloom Haul, opening later this fall, will also sit inside offering specialty sips such as their best-selling frosé and signature lattes for guests to enjoy in-store or while walking around the Mule Alley district.

Mule Alley also will welcome Second Rodeo Brewing and Tucker Brown to its growing list of tenants at the recently revamped development.

The long-awaited Second Rodeo Brewing features a 14,000 square-foot multi-purpose indoor and outdoor event patio and bar garden, all centered around the in-house brewery with a rotation of beers led by Brew Boss Dennis Wehrmann. Brought to Fort Worth by the Truck Yard folks, Second Rodeo Brewing is Mule Alley’s newest, dog and kid-friendly stomping ground for visitors and locals to find live country music daily, rotating brews on draft, full bar, chef-driven grub, and much more. Link to full article.