“Lowest Greenville is the ultimate walkable neighborhood again, just as it was when the 1920s-era storefronts were built. Now there’s such a mix of shops and restaurants that you can park your car at 11 a.m. and not leave until midnight. Come to Blind Butcher for craft beers and stay for a dinner of poutine and boudin sausage. We opened in what had been a wild place called Service Bar, and I’m proud to say we have eliminated all memory of that club.” —Matt Tobin, co-owner of Blind Butcher
This appeared in the May 2015 issue.