Greenville (Lower & Lowest)



The region south of Mockingbird Lane is known as Lower Greenville Avenue popular with Southern Methodist University students and one of the oldest entertainment districts in Dallas. As you head north of Mockingbird Lane to Upper Greenville Avenue, things get newer and more commercial, and you will find both casual and elegant establishments as well as cutting-edge nightlife. Casual is the word at Daddy Jack's Wood Grill, which features red-and-white checkered tablecloths and serves great seafood at affordable prices. If you're in the mood for romance, try The Grape, where you can always find something new, as the menu changes bimonthly. Multicultural restaurants abound in Greenville, as do antique shops and neighborhood pubs.

Nightlife

The Grape
Firehouse
Across the Street Bar
Billiard Bar
Bruton Theatre
Blarney Stone
Hurricane Grill New Orleans Oyster Bar
Blue Fish (The)
Spike
Dodies Seafood Cafe
Whisky Bar
Eight Lounge
Winedale Tavern
Old Crow (The)
Zubar
Terilli's
Green Elephant
Ozona Grill & Bar
Milo Butterfinger's
Kereje Ethiopian Restaurant
Kismet
Simply Fondue

Attractions

Gordon's Jewelers
Bachendorf's
Diamontrigue of Dallas
Eiseman Jewels
Carlyn Galerie
CD Source
Energy Square
Matthew Trent
Central Market
Pinto Ranch
White House | Black Market
Pickles and Icecream

Restaurants

Nero's Italian Restaurant
Blue Fish (The)
Hurricane Grill New Orleans Oyster Bar
Ozona Grill & Bar
Texadelphia
Old Crow (The)
Firehouse
Kereje Ethiopian Restaurant
St Martin's Wine Bistro
Teppo Yakitori & Sushi Bar
Prego Pasta House
Terilli's
Gershwin's
Billiard Bar (The)
Fireside Pies
Kostas Cafe
Snuffer's
Tokyonohana
Winedale Tavern
Big Shucks Oyster Bar
Dodies Seafood Cafe
Blarney Stone (The)
Simply Fondue
Aw Shucks Oyster Bar
Genghis Grill and Mongolian Stir-Fry
Granada Theater
Milo Butterfinger's

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