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First Look: Val’s Cheesecakes Greenville Avenue

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It is no secret that we are fans of Val’s Cheesecakes on Maple Avenue directly next door and semi attached to the Grapevine Bar. For the expanding fan base we have some exciting news, Val is opening on Greenville Avenue this Thursday in the building that Tacos y Mas recently vacated at 2820 Greenville in the same section as iconic restaurants such as The Grape, Blue Goose and much more.  Continue reading

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Lowest Greenville Ave Street Fair Oct 7th

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Mark your calendars for October 7, and then when the time comes, point yourself in the direction of Lowest Greenville, and prepare to stay awhile. Because the Lowest Greenville Fall Fest will be in full swing from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m., featuring food, drinks, music and local vendors.

The fun will spill out onto the patios of area businesses, with pop-ups lining the streets offering everything from art and local jewelry to face painting and balloons for the kids. Continue reading

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Lowest G Cools Down the Big D

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Lowest Greenville Collective will host “Lowest G Cools Down the Big D” on Saturday, July 29 from noon – 8pm. The block party/fundraiser, from Belmont Avenue to Ross Avenue, will be held to raise money and/or donations of fans, window units and portable air conditioning units to help low income disabled and senior citizens in Dallas at-large. Continue reading

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First Look: Slater’s 50/50

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Slater’s 50/50, a unique Burger, Bacon and Beer restaurant, brings its notorious over-the-top menu and namesake patty to Dallas and is now unofficially open.

Making its Dallas debut in Lower Greenville, this location is the brand’s first franchise. Partner and franchisee, Dave Coussirat, first experienced Slater’s 50/50 during a trip to San Diego and knew he had to bring the concept to his hometown of Dallas.

“It was love at first bite for my family,” said Coussirat. “With so many creative burgers, bacon and craft beer, Slater’s 50/50 was an obvious fit for the Lone Star State.  We’re excited to make it part of Texas”.  Continue reading

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Greenville Avenue Bar and Grill to Close

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Heavy hearts weigh in once again, this time with the closing of Greenville Avenue Bar and Grill which shutters February 7, 2017 after losing their lease. On a bright note this is not an announcement to say they have already closed. The Greenville bar will be open for several more weeks and will offer all day and all night happy hour until they finally turn off the lights one final time.   Continue reading

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Remedy to Close to Make Way For New Chinese Concept

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80/20 Hospitality (parent company of HG Sply Co., Standard Service) Founder, Elias Pope and Culinary Director, Danyele McPherson will Remedy after dinner service on Saturday, December 31, with plans to open an American/Chinese restaurant in its place late spring/early summer of 2017.  Kirstyn Brewer (most recently of Victor Tangos) recently joined the culinary team and will act as Executive Chef for the yet-to-be-named restaurant.  Continue reading

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Lower Greenville Restaurant C’Viche Closes Tonight

29_2015_01_Cviche-691by Steven Doyle

Reporting about a restaurant closure is never exciting news, and this little Dallas gem is particularly difficult since it has proven to be an enjoyable spot for tacos and margaritas. However, as of the end of the day C’Viche on Lower Greenville will shutter.   Continue reading

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