Not only is Greenville Avenue (between SMU Boulevard and Ross) home to many of the city’s trendiest eateries, it's also where you'll find some of the best neighborhood bars, pubs and watering holes.
Within a six-mile strip you can sip cocktails on the rooftop at Sundown at the Granada; sample craft beer at Dallas Beer Kitchen, drink spiked punch in a tree-house at Truck Yard and hone in on your pool skills at Seven Five Patio Bar.
Want to catch the latest game on TV? Then you’ve got options for that too. You can get in on all the Premier League action at the Dubliner, Dallas’ longest running Irish pub. Or for general sports watching fun, there’s Stan’s Blue Note, a cozy neighborhood dive that’s been around since 1952. Speaking of dives, Single Wide has the trailer park concept down pat, with wall-to-wall hillbilly clutter and quirky drink concoctions like Boone's Farm martinis. The place also hosts everything from live gigs and DJ nights to Humpday Bingo on the first Wednesday of each month.
Oh, and did we mention that Greenville Avenue throws the largest St. Patrick’s Day block party in Dallas?
Need more suggestions for a night of boozy fun? Then check out the rest of our guide, your home-away-from-home is probably on this list.