BREWED, the well-known Fort Worth restaurant on Magnolia Ave. and soon-to-be-completed establishment in Terminal D at DFW Airport, is heading to Dallas with a new concept.
BREWED LTD (Limited Edition) will offer craft coffee, tea, wafﬂes and select small bites to their neighbors in the Bishop Arts District of Oak Cliff. Beer and wine will be added to their offerings within weeks of opening.
“I’m honored to be part of bringing BREWED LTD to Bishop Arts and for the opportunity to continue to serve my friends and fellow neighbors. Our team is excited to partner with and highlight local vendors, such as Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters, to offer customers the best of what this community has to offer,” said Shane Spillers, co-owner of BREWED and owner of Eno’s in the heart of Bishop Arts. Co-owner, Dayna Corley, echoes Spillers’ sentiments: ”Much of our inspiration for the ﬂagship BREWED actually came from spending time in this neighborhood. Our team held countless brainstorming sessions during BREWED’s dream phase, and we were impressed by the sense of community and collaboration in Bishop Arts.” BREWED LTD will be housed on the ground ﬂoor of the recently completed Novel Bishop Arts Luxury Apartment Homes at the intersection of Davis and Beckley. “Novel Bishop Arts is excited to welcome the remarkable BREWED LTD team members because of their shared passion for serving people and their unwavering commitment to excellence,” said Blake Peery, Community Manager for Novel Bishop Arts. BREWED LTD is fully staffed and will begin serving customers in early February.
Novel, a Crescent Communities company, has 302 luxury apartment homes with a modern vintage vibe and eclectic Texas twist.
BREWED will also open an additional fullservice restaurant in DFW Airport, Terminal D, this spring.