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An exciting, new entertainment district is being added to Fort Worth Stockyards: Mule Alley.

Mule Alley officially opened in 2019, but is not yet finished. Construction has almost finished on the sidewalk and the building facades, but store interiors are still being finalized. This new area of the Stockyards will feature a handful of Western retailers and organizations, including Wrangler, Lucchese, King Ranch, and Stetson.

Wrangler’s future storefront.
Lucchese’s future storefront.
King Ranch’s future storefront.

Shake Shack and the American Paint Horse Association Headquarters are already open in the area.

Mule Alley’s Shake Shack.
The APHA International Headquarters.

And if you have shopping, you have to have dining, right? Sidesaddle Saloon, The Biscuit Bar, Marcus Paslay American Grill, 97 West Kitchen and Bar, and Jason Boso Second Rodeo Brewing Co. have all booked their spots in the Alley.

In addition, a four-star hotel is being built onsite to accommodate the growing tourism of the area.

Super exciting! We can’t wait for Mule Alley to be ready for action.

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