Seven Businesses Coming to the SOMA District
Feb 19, 2019
Fort Worth Magazine recently published a roundup of seven businesses coming to South Main Village in 2019. The list focuses on the SOMA District development, which is an adaptive reuse project from Lori and Tucker Henderson at the corner of South Main Street and Daggett.
In addition to these seven businesses, this development is also home to the return of the MicroPark and to Arcadia Coffee, now open on-site in an airstream trailer.
WED Bridal Boutique: The first of the SOMA businesses to open, this bridal boutique is located on Daggett across from Loft22 Cakes.
Panther City Tattoo: Talented local tattoo artist Joseph Ayala opens his own shop this spring.
South Barbershop: Laleh Rezaie has been doing haircuts and beard trims in a little corner of HopFusion, where she also works behind the bar. Her single chair barbershop will finally give her a space to serve her clients.
Morgan Mercantile: Chance Morgan’s shop will include in-house label Panther City Provisions, offering apparel for men, women, and kids.
Tinie’s Mexican Rotisserie: A new concept from Taco Heads owner Sarah Castillo, Tinie’s will focus on family-style, authentic Mexican cuisine, with an upstairs bar and rooftop lounge.
Tarantula Tiki Lounge: A tiki bar from the owners of The Boiled Owl on Magnolia, Tarantula will be inspired by the classic tikis of the 1930s.
Southside Cellars: Finally, a retail shop where you can pick up bottles and cans of beer brewed at the multitude of breweries in the area. Shawn Howell’s shop will also feature a lounge area with a tap wall for growler fills.