Shots! Shots! Shots! (and more).
Updated on 9/7/2022 at 4:43 PM
1. Lower Greenville/Lowest Greenville
The stretch of (the very long) Greenville Avenue that falls south of Mockingbird Lane known as Lower Greenville itself falls into two smaller regions: Upper Lower Greenville, and Lowest Greenville. Though it would be a bit of a trek to spend a night popping between bars in both sections, it’s entirely possible to get a healthy amount of partying under your belt by lingering in one or the other for the night. Within each part, you can easily walk between holes-in-the-wall and fancier lounges, but you might also fall in love with one spot and hang there all night. It happens. On the upper side, Sundown at Granada, Life’s Good Bar & Grill, Bar 3606, and Stan’s Blue Note always draw big crowds. On Lowest Greenville, Truck Yard, the rooftop at HG Sply Co., Single Wide, The Libertine Bar, Alamo Club, Hide, Leela’s Wine Bar, Apothecary, and Rye keep the party going every night of the week.
Steven Lindsey is an enthusiastic eater who’s never turned down a craft cocktail, glass of wine, or cold beer. He thinks dogs are the greatest creation ever and anxiously awaits his Covid hair growing long enough to finally donate to a children’s charity. But when it comes to travel, he prefers people leave their kids at home and that’s why he founded Travel Like An Adult.