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Beer Garden Trailblazes New MacArthur BART Stop Development

Arthur Mac’s Tap & Snack will be in a new mixed use building near the MacArthur BART station.

The corner of 40th Street and MLK Jr. Way, where the building will be located.
The corner of 40th Street and MLK Jr. Way, where the building will be located.
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Farm League, the restaurant consulting group that helped launch Drake’s Dealership, Westbrae Biergarten, East Bay Spice Company and Tigerlily, is opening a beer garden to be named Arthur Mac’s Tap & Snack. Located in a new mixed use building with shared work and retail spaces near the MacArthur station, the concept takes its name after the nearby BART stop. Arthur Mac’s is a collaboration between Farm League co-founder Joel DiGiorgio and Bcooperative’s Ben Frombgen, who are aiming for a "fun and relaxed setting" with "approachable food and beverage," Inside Scoop reported.

Other tenants will be a coffee shop and three retail shops, plus 25 commercial studios inside 150-square-feet repurposed shipping containers for local offices and start-ups. It should all get off the ground spring 2016; stay tuned for more details.

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