Truck Yard has reopened after a $2 million renovation, featuring a larger bar and kitchen, upgraded restrooms, and more, according to a Dallas Innovates article. They say,
“Truck Yard—the retro beer garden and “adult playground” at 5624 Sears Street off Dallas’ Lower Greenville Avenue—has reopened following a reported $2 million renovation. But as you can see in the photos above and below, the place has lost none of its “dive-ish” flair.
The renovations include an upsized bar and kitchen, a more weather-friendly experience with covered and enlarged patios, upgraded and wildly stylized restrooms, four fire pits, a partially turfed yard, and more. You can see swooping videos of the result by going here.”
Its unique and quirky design remains, but with weather-friendly upgrades and smoother customer experience, according to a DMagazine article which reports,
“The Sears Street location opened in 2013 and became known as a place to drink beers, explore food truck offerings, and hammer down on cheesesteaks and nachos.
Most of the renovations touch on the design and décor. Truck Yard’s style is endearingly quirky, from statues of giant dancing frogs to the mishmash of lawn chairs and barstools that welcome a “come as you are” attitude. The refreshed space is as “weather-friendly” as possible and includes changes that are intended to provide a smoother customer experience, like a larger bar and kitchen for busy days and tableside mobile ordering.”
The renovation was prompted by the demand of their Dallas location, according to Founder Jason Boso. The refurbished location opened just before the St. Patrick’s Day Parade.