Concert venue

Chef Tim Love is getting into music with a new concert hall and new tavern restaurant in Fort Worth Stockyards – Tannahill’s Shakes Up Mule Alley

FFamous ort Worth chef Tim Love has just opened the first of his two new additions to Mule Alley. Paloma Suerte already serves freshly squeezed Palomas and Birra tacos. Now Love reveals her second act – and it’s much bigger. Get ready for Tannahill’s Tavern & Music Hall, a music hall/restaurant/event space.

Love is teaming up with Live Nation on the new 1,000 capacity music hall. The Tannahill Tavern and Music Hall is set to open later this year in the heart of Fort Worth’s stockyards, in the historic old horse and mule barns of Mule Alley.

Named after Love’s son, Tannahill’s Tavern (Italian restaurant Love’s Gemelle is already named after her twin daughters) will offer state-of-the-art audio and lighting capabilities and can accommodate up to 1,000 spectators. Additionally, there will also be three VIP suite options for 20 people. But of course.

The expansive kitchen facilities Love has planned are designed to accommodate a crowd, including “pre-event dining, full concert concessions and ambitious multi-course meals for up to 500 guests, for weddings, family reunions and other social and corporate events, according to a release. No word on the menu yet.

Tim Love does a cooking demo, plans a full music room for his encore.

In total, Tannahill’s Tavern & Music Hall, to be designed by Studio 11 Design, will have nearly 26,000 square feet of fully renovated space. The ground floor is intended to house the main stage, the restaurant, a retail store selling branded merchandise and a large double-sided bar to serve both tavern diners and spectators. Upstairs, a mezzanine will include these three VIP suites for 20 people, a separate lounge and a private bar – with a view of the main stage. Tim Love is all about that VIP service.

“We are honored to continue to be part of the incredible rise of Fort Worth’s historic Stockyards,” Love said in a statement.

The chef’s indelible presence in the neighborhood already includes a treasure – his iconic restaurant Lonesome Dove, Western Bistro, historic White Elephant Saloon, burger bar Love Shack, chic Spanish tapas spot Atico and Paloma Suerte Tex-Mex. previously mentioned.

Chef Tim Love is synonymous with experience – like cocktails and tapas with a view at Atico.

Performing at live music festivals like SXSW and Lollapalooza, Love has always been in music. To that end, it will work with Live Nation to arrange programming, acting as a booking partner. The artists will come from several musical genres.

“We look forward to bringing even more diverse artists and bands to the growing Fort Worth market,” said Live Nation Dallas President Anthony Nicolaidis.

The countdown has already begun, leading to the first drop of musical acts booked at Tannahill’s. The identities of the first acts headed to the new Tannahill’s Tavern & Music Hall will be revealed on May 5. Head to the new Fort Worth venue’s website to stay up to date on tickets.