Neighboring Knox-Henderson, you’ll find that Lower Greenville has a similar trendy vibe, with roof-top dining staples like HG Supply Co., where you can get everything from a classic burger to more unique fair like Mushroom and Toasted Cashew Quinoa Pilaf.
The historic Granada Theater was built in 1946 as a movie house and is now a popular concert venue. Grab pre-show dinner and drinks at Sundown at Granada, the neighboring restaurant, or enjoy roof-deck brunch there on the weekends. The restaurant also has live music during the week.
Each year, the largest St. Patrick’s Parade in the Southwest marches down Greenville Ave., down a 2-mile route with more than 90 floats. In addition to the parade, there is a large block party with vendors, live music and of course, beer.
- Gloria’s Latin Cuisine
- Wayward Sons
- Granada Theater
- 504 Bar and Grill
- Buffalo Exchange
- Good Records
A neon-lit marquee beckons indie and alt-country fans to the Granada Theater, a buzzy live music venue in a 1940s art deco building. Off the avenue, stylish bungalow homes line the quiet, tree-lined streets.