Where The Locals Explore: Lower Greenville

So you want to explore Dallas like a local? We’re here to help by introducing you to the best local eateries, entertainment venues, coffee shops, and dives. Let us take you through the best of Dallas - neighborhood by neighborhood.


Lower Greenville is a walkable neighborhood just minutes from the Knox Henderson, Deep Ellum, and White Rock Lake neighborhoods. It increasingly holds some of Dallas’s coolest spots. Hint: if you’re coming on the weekend, take an Uber. Parking is limited and you can walk to all these locations with ease. Alright, come explore with us:


HG Sply Co

HG Sply Co is an American farm-to-table concept that offers a large menu, great drinks, and one of the best rooftop bars in Dallas. Grab a meal downstairs or head up top for appetizers and a full bar. Everything is fresh, and the views of downtown are an added bonus.



Wabi House

Wabi House is self proclaimed as “your home for modern small plates & ramen yumminess.” Chef Dien serves up a large variety of ramen recipes - including vegetarian options. Top it off with a round of hot sake and you’ve got one of Dallas’s best ramen houses!


Toasted Coffee + Kitchen

This coffee shop is relatively new to the Lower Greenville area, but has already become a local favorite. Known for their creatively-named toast menu (and great toast), coffee, teas, and beers - Toasted is as good a spot to meet friends for brunch as it is to get work done. Tons of seating and a bright, open environment make it a must-visit for the Lower Greenville coffee lover.



Steel City Pops

Until you’ve been, the idea of fresh, handmade popsicles may not be something you’re familiar with. Rest assured, all will become clear as soon as you take your first bite. These gourmet treats are hand-made on-site using only the freshest ingredients. With fruity, creamy, and cookie pop options, Steel City Pops’ delectable desserts will leave you satisfied...and probably wanting another.



The Truckyard

The Truckyard is “a come-as-you-are beer garden and adult playground.” This casual outdoor venue invites you and your four-legged friend to unwind, sample food trucks and live music, and enjoy some breeze. It’s always a party on the weekend and can also be a great place to catch the latest sports game.


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08 Apr 2017


By Matt Zeiser
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