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The Herbert Has Big Dreams for Dining on Main Street

Right on the edge of the Arts District restaurant scene

The exterior of the former Western Cab Company on Main Street, planned to be transformed into The Hebert.
Future home of The Herbert
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Big plans for the former Western Cab Co. building on Main Street include a patio, offices, retail, and a new ground-floor restaurant.

To be called The Herbert, the mixed-use space sits at the intersection with Gass Avenue, across from the relocated Gamblers General Store and a few steps from El Zaguán Mexican Bistro in the opposite direction.

The two-story, 7,174-square-foot, L-shaped structure has yet to confirm its office tenants, but the second-floor occupants will gain exclusive access to a 1,295-square-foot roof deck.

Downstairs, the restaurant will offer outdoor seating, and an exterior design currently imagined to be a mural covering the entire southern side of the building.

Yet to reveal a a future chef, cuisine, or timetable for completing the large project, it is also unknown if the restaurant will adopt the new name of the building.

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