Although it maintains a laid-back vibe, Lowest Greenville doesn’t slow down just because the sun goes down. Whether it's a date night, a friendly outing or just a place to chill out after work, the area offers some of the city's best spots to sip, savor and unwind.
For a fun and funky night out, head over to Truck Yard, a sprawling urban playground filled with food trucks, mismatched lawn furniture and a bar perched up in a tree.
Perhaps even funkier is Single Wide, a delightfully dive-y haunt adorned with wall-to-wall hillbilly clutter. Here you can drink Boone's Farm martinis and rock out with resident DJs. Folks also flock to The Old Crow for cheap drinks and a friendly game of pool. And when it comes to dive bars, Ships Lounge beats out all the rest.
For live music and a game of darts, head over to the Crown and Harp, a combination Irish pub and British pub in one. Or if you fancy a cocktail and craft brew, then the Libertine Bar is for you. Speaking of craft beer, Dallas Beer Kitchen and Bottle Shop-World Beer Company are veritable hop havens for beer lovers.
504 Bar & Grill is a classy spot that draws in everyone from game-watchers, craft beer drinkers and cocktail sippers to parents with their kids in tow.
Before the night is out, be sure to stop in at Mudsmith, a hipster coffee haven that serves stellar java as well as craft beer, wine and specialty adult concoctions.