Dallas Revival: The City's New Pedestrian-Friendly Neighborhood
Collected by Afar Magazine
Along Lowest Greenville Avenue, new restaurants and specialty shops have transformed what was once Dallas’s rowdiest stretch into the city’s most pedestrian-friendly neighborhood. -by JORDAN BREAL
2010 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206, USA
Restaurateur Elias Pope now presides over three of Lowest Greenville’s freshest ventures, including the new Remedy, a modern soda fountain that serves such twists on diner classics as confit-fried chicken and salted Texas honey pie. —JORDAN BREAL...
1808 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206, USA
At Good Records, the delight of unsheathing a new (or old) LP trumps the convenience of buying digital tracks. Staffers will turn you on to the best new bands, many of which come to jam on the Astroturf-covered stage. —JORDAN BREAL This appeared...
5624 Sears St, Dallas, TX 75206, USA
In 2013, Jason Boso, the founder of the popular Twisted Root burger joints, felt the city was lacking a bar where he could feel equally comfortable taking his dad for a beer, hanging out with his buddies at night, and treating his wife to...
1919 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206, USA
“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...
408 W Eighth St #102, Dallas, TX 75208, USA
Born of an idea hatched in a Dallas dive bar, this brand has grown from a one-woman artisan chocolate outfit (with sweets made for private clients and peddled at farmers' markets) into a small kitchen/storefront in the Bishop Arts District to,...
2114 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206, USA
Housed in a former nightclub, Mudsmith is now a cafe with a hunting lodge vibe (wood-paneled walls, taxidermy animals) and a menu that satisfies the health conscious (kombucha on tap) and the self-indulgent (cheese melts, shaved ice with cream). —...
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