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Tiniest Bar in Texas Sues Investor, Food Trolleys Involved

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Relations have gone south between the always fiesty Tiniest Bar in Texas and an investor. The Statesman reports that the bar has sued James Jolly Clark Jr. after they claim his promised six figure investment resulted only in a food trolley and alleged hostility.

Clark's funds were reportedly used to buy an additional food trolley — a push cart that carries food items for sale — and cover various expenses at the bar. At least some of the expenditures were undertaken "unilaterally" by Clark, the suit claims, and "failed to provide any benefit to the business and/or failed to function altogether."
Clark allegedly threatened to disrupt the bar's business and refused several attempts at mediation. The bar seeks an "accounting" of Clark's expenditures, as well as monetary damages.
· Feud Between Bar Owner, Investor Spawns Lawsuit [Statesman]
· All Tiniest Bar in Texas Coverage [EATX]

Tiniest Bar in Texas

817 W. 5th Street Austin Texas, 78703