Light Up Greenville Dec 1

On Saturday, December 1, the second annual Light Up Lowest Greenville will add an extra dose of brightness and holiday cheer to the vibrant strip. From 4 – 8 p.m., some of Dallas’s best restaurants, bars and shops are coming together to offer special drinks and snacks, as well as unique holiday ornaments. And it’s all for a great cause.

To get started, pick up your souvenir mug in advance at the their website or day of for $10. That’s your key to unlocking a variety of food and drink samples at participating businesses. Those include:

Toasted Coffee + Kitchen: $2.50 Hot Chocolate

Ragin’ Crab Cafe: $5 Apple Spice Punch

Laurel Tavern: Sample of Texas Blonde or Axis IPA

Steel City Pops: Christmas flavor sample bites

Joy Macarons: Complimentary Champagne

Greenville Avenue Pizza Company: Sample Christmas Ale

HG Sply Co: Cotton-Headed Niny Muggins – Knob Creek Rye, Cabernet Sauvignon, JM Shrub, Spiced Cranberry Syrup, Lemon Juice

Gung Ho: Son of a Nutcracker! – St. Louis Brandy, Spiced Poached Pear, Pecan Praline Orgeat, Lemon Juice, Angostura Bitters

GAPCo, Gung Ho, Rapscallion, HG Sply Co, Joy Macrons, Laurel Tavern, The Libertine, Four Day Weekend, Single Wide, Pet Supplies Plus, Ragin’ Crab and more will also be selling holiday ornaments for the entire month of December, which can be purchased for less than $5 or a donation of winter clothing or accessories, backpacks or canned food items. Those ornaments can be used to decorate the Lowest Greenville tree, taken home to decorate your own tree or given as a gift. The tree lighting will occur at 7 p.m. at the corner of Greenville and Sears, right next to Char Bar.

Proceeds from the event will benefit Alex W. Spence Middle School’s “Peace Pantry.” The pantry is full of canned goods, clothing and other items that students and their families need. Hunger does not discriminate, and through the donations the pantry receives, the initiative is able to provide non-perishable items for students—no questions asked. Items of particular need right now are winter clothing, including jackets and gloves. All attendees are encouraged to bring what they can, or to make a monetary donation for the cause.

In addition to food, drinks and ornaments, Light Up Lowest Greenville will also see an appearance from Santa Claus himself. Everyone’s favorite red suited, white bearded figure will be available for photos from 6 – 8 p.m., so bring the kids and get the perfect photo for your holiday card.

The fun goes down on Saturday, December 1. Let’s make this year the best tree lighting celebration Dallas has ever seen.  

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