Pints & Quarts is a ’50s burger stand serving up solid fast casual burgers and flat top dogs along with ice-cold beer and craft cocktails.
Bar owner and restaurateur Brooke Humphries (Barcadia, Mudsmith & It’ll Do) reinvented a vintage gas station at the southwest corner of Greenville and Ross Avenues from the ground-up to create a retro dining (and drinking) experience that won’t put a dent in your wallet.
“The décor will be a 1950s gas station burger stand, and it’ll be period-correct, with curves and windows and seating,” says Humphries, “just like the burger stand my grandfather took me to when I was young in Jacksboro, Texas.”
Ps & Qs’ mascot Dale, sporting a pompadour and bad attitude, was created by local artist Nick Quintero, who also created the logo and branding that helps give Pints & Quarts its vintage feel. “Ashley Robinson and John Eger helped me finish out the food menu, Julie Campbell and Brianna Larson worked out the cocktails. It was a total team effort,” says Humphries, “Pints & Quarts is the only fast-casual burger on this side of town. We’re going to do everything fresh. I don’t even have a freezer onsite.”