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:
Laurel Tavernopens to the public for dinner on Wednesday, May 23 at 1920 Lowest Greenville Avenue (same block as Nora Restaurant & Bar) is a casual but elevated modern American bar and restaurant with an intentional focus on high quality but approachable food, cocktails and superior hospitality.
Laurel Tavern features a menu with most everything made fresh daily onsite and from scratch. What the kitchen does not make, they source from the highest quality purveyors possible. Breads are sourced via local bakers and the burger is a proprietary blend ground in-house daily and hand formed. Produce is also hyper local and fresh, delivered daily. Continue reading →
Gung Ho opens to the public tonightTuesday, February 20 on Lowest Greenville Avenue.
The menu is inspired by American-Chinese food and ranges from traditional to creative dishes like pickled veggie eggrolls, Won Ton soup with braised bacon and shrimp dumplings, and Char Siu Pork with steamed buns. Continue reading →
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 →