LOWER GREENVILLE

About Lower Greenville

Home to the largest St. Patrick's Day parade and block party in the Southwest, Lower Greenville Avenue encompasses a long stretch of road in East Dallas that runs north of Ross Avenue to Mockingbird Lane. Thanks to a recent face-lift along the lowest section of the street, Lower Greenville as a whole, has evolved from being a rowdy party district to a casually hip 'hood boasting an ever-growing crop of eclectic shops, laid-back watering holes and delicious dining gems.

See & Do

In addition to a menagerie of eateries, gastropubs and eclectic boutiques, Lower Greenville Avenue is home to the historic Granada Theater, a stunning 1946 Art Deco style movie theater filled with opulent murals designed by the same artists who did Los Angeles’ famous Grauman’s Chinese Theater. Nowadays, the theater is best known as one of the city's top live-music venues, touting a monthly calendar chock-full of local and big-name national acts.

Eat

Thanks to a burgeoning restaurant scene, diners have a plethora of options to choose from. Tuck into casual French delights at longtime neighborhood favorite, The Grape, a place also known for having the best burgers in the state. Or indulge in modern Texas fare at Wayward Sons, one of Dallas' hottest new restaurants. There's also places like Cafe Izmir, the city's go-to spot for Mediterranean tapas and Gloria's Latin Cuisine, known for its delectable Salvadoran and Mexican specialties.

Eat

Thanks to a burgeoning restaurant scene, diners have a plethora of options to choose from. Tuck into casual French delights at longtime neighborhood favorite, The Grape, a place also known for having the best burgers in the state. Or indulge in modern Texas fare at Wayward Sons, one of Dallas' hottest new restaurants. There's also places like Cafe Izmir, the city's go-to spot for Mediterranean tapas and Gloria's Latin Cuisine, known for its delectable Salvadoran and Mexican specialties.

Entertainment

If you're looking for a low-key, yet lively night on the town, then you've come to the right place. Begin your evening sipping cocktails and soaking up the skyline views from the rooftop patio of the Sundown at Granada. Then head over to some of Greenville Avenue's quintessential neighborhood watering holes, like the Dubliner, Dallas' oldest Irish pub or Stan's Blue Note, a down-home dive bar boasting cheap drinks, trivia nights and non-stop televised sports. Speaking of sports, there's not a more congenial place to cheer on your favorite team than at the 504 Bar and Grill. And if it's live music you crave, be sure to check out the concert lineup at the iconic Granada Theater.

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