Lots of restaurants and a few shops and bars. Nice street to walk and grab a bite or a drink!
Lower Greenville is known for Greenville Avenue, a lively dining and nightlife strip packed with trendy bistros, tequila bars and convivial patios hung with festive lights. A neon-lit marquee beckons indie and alt-country fans to the Granada Theater, a buzzy live music venue in a 1940s art deco…
Stroll up and down Lowest Lower Greenville and peruse the shops, lively restaurants and bars
“Explore the Deep Ellum street art Deep Ellum has been the heart of alternative Dallas for decades. It’s always been the spot to be for punks and alternative club kids. Most of the live music and indie clubs are in Deep Ellum, making it a hotspot at night, but visit during the day and it’s just as colorful and lively. Namely because of the street art. There are countless murals along the streets, alleys and in the parking lots. Anyone searching for the best walls in Dallas, or the most Instagram-worthy, scenic spots in Dallas will stumble into Deep Ellum. The 42 Murals project is responsible for a lot of the best Deep Ellum street art—inviting artists to paint walls each year. ”
“Nestled between Uptown, Lower Greenville Avenue and the town of Highland Park, lies the trendy Knox-Henderson neighborhood, a pedestrian-friendly area named for the two primary roads that connect over U.S. Highway 75. Filled with shops, bars and eateries that radiate out in all directions, the neighborhood manages to maintain a cozy vibe despite its central Dallas location.”
“great place to learn about the sad day of JFK's shooting here in Dallas. Go on an audio tour and learn more about that fateful day. Also you can pay to go on the trolley tour around Dallas.”
“Oak Lawn is an upscale district known for Cedar Springs Road, the heart of the city’s gay scene. It’s lined with lively bars and DJ-driven clubs, as well as venues for karaoke, drag shows, and country and western dancing. Popular hiking and bike trails run alongside nearby Turtle Creek and cut through green spaces like Oak Lawn Park, home to the stately Arlington Hall events venue.”
“Dallas is rich in green space. For respite from the big city, head to the 66 acres in White Rock Lake Park about 7 miles northeast of downtown.”