The winter mist did not stop word of mouth advertising from getting out that Bottlecap Alley was finally open in Greenville. Larry Marshall, a long time restaurant guy, said that we will just open and they will come. Come they did. People found their way to the Wesley Street location. […]
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The afternoon rain fell softly as the owner of Bottlecap Alley, Larry Marshall, gave a tour. The center piece of the sports bar is a twenty-five foot mural painted by Brent Hale of Tyler featuring a C-130 cargo plane air dropping mouth watering treats to the troops below. Big screen […]
Finishing touches are ongoing on the new Bottlecap Alley Grill being finished on Wesley Street near Chase Bank. Landscaping is in the works today. Air-conditioning and interior work are works in progress. If the weather holds out we may see the Bottlecap Alley Grill open before Christmas.
Crews from Crocker Crane Rental gently boost air conditioning units to the top of the new Bottle Cap Alley facility on South Wesley Street. The sports bar and grill should be available for occupancy around Christmas or New Years.
The old Service First Credit Union building located at Eastland Drive and Wesley Street is being demolished by Welch Excavation of Winona, Texas to make room for a new Bottlecap Alley and Ice House Grill. There are three very successful restaurants in Keller, Southlake and Grapevine, Texas. Bottlecap Alley is a […]