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Henry’s Majestic in Uptown is closing, for now

Dallas Morning News logo Dallas Morning News 10/20/2022 Claire Ballor, The Dallas Morning News

Since opening in 2014, Henry’s Majestic has been a go-to brunch and happy hour spot for the Uptown Dallas crowd, but the restaurant’s days are numbered — at least in its current location on McKinney Avenue.

The landlords of the building that houses Henry’s Majestic and its adjoining speakeasy concept Atwater Alley sold the property and will shutter the restaurant on Oct. 30, 2022, according to a press release.

“We hope that our customers will come by and dine one last time in this amazing space over the next few weeks,” said the restaurant’s co-owner Andrew Popp in a written statement.

The patio restaurant drew steady business with live music, build-your-own cocktails, pool tables and a speakeasy accessible through a secret entrance in the alley behind the restaurant.

Popp said they plan to reopen Henry’s Majestic in a new location, but they’re still searching for the right space around Dallas, however long that might take.

He is also behind one of McKinney Avenue’s other popular brunch spots, Bread Winners Cafe & Bakery. He is the son of Cindy Hughes, who along with her husband Jim Hughes recently sold Bread Winners and the building that the original McKinney Avenue location is in.

Popp will continue working for Bread Winners as the chief operating officer under the new owner Josh Bock. Henry’s Majestic will remain in the Hughes family ownership, along with their other Deep Ellum restaurant Harlow MXM.

Henry’s Majestic is located at 4900 McKinney Ave., Dallas until October 30, 2022.

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