Ex La Grange Manager and Fuzzy's Partner to Reopen Nightclub in Deep Ellum

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This veggie taco from Fuzzy's will soon be available in Deep Ellum.
Hipsters everywhere rejoice! La Grange, the Deep Ellum music venue that closed last fall, will soon open again as a new club called Three Links.

Through multiple iterations that included casual bar food, various brunch buffets, a kitchen expansion and a recent stint with Rock and Roll Tacos, La Grange's food business never got its footing under previous ownership over three years. The space felt more like a bar than a place to grab a snack, and the food was consistently bad anyway.

One of the former managers, Scott Beggs, and his various new partners announced via Central Track that the new club will partner with Fuzzy's Tacos in an attempt to shore up the restaurant side of the business.

If this sounds familiar, this is their second attempt to pawn off the kitchen to a taco restaurant. Rock and Roll Tacos, which operated a food truck out front of the bar before moving inside, was their first try at decoupling food service by partnering with an independent business.

Beggs and his partners plan to open the bar as soon as they get their certificate of occupancy.


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8 comments
seventh_planet
seventh_planet

Rock & Roll Tacos were amazing every time I went there. I also know a lot of indie rock bands & fans who lost their favorite venue when LaGrange closed. Hoping the facebook posts are true & that they are re-opening at a new location soon.

xdarkridex
xdarkridex

Better check your sources.  Mrs. LaGrange is over on twitter denying categorically.

MaybeIDo
MaybeIDo

@Sharon_Moreanus

not a "fail" such a childish word.... "FAIL"

The new owners are wise respected music staples in the the Deep Ellum community. That space will thrive!

Unlike the previous tenants who had absolutely no experience in community or the music business.

So glad the new owners were not forced to keep the previous name, everybody laughed at the stupidity of it.

As far as a fuzzy taco joint taking the kitchen side. They're not so bad, and they have experience.

Good timing too!!

With the recent publicized 32 building deep Ellum buy a thon that has been going on to actually revitalize that area, the new owners will score. Once they ditch the lame decor and hopefully that hideous door.

monstruss
monstruss

@Sharon_Moreanus how is this a fail? they're reopening a popular venue and getting people in there who know how to run a taco shop. 

Sharon_Moreanus
Sharon_Moreanus topcommenter

@monstruss the original post said Lagrange was involved but they are opening a place in west Dallas

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