Avenue Queue


We’re streetwalkers at heart.

And not just because we get paid for sex. Sure, it’s in coins, but that’s another story for another day.

We love a good festival and with Pride over and LifeWalk done, we’ve been on the hunt for an event featuring food, music and, of course, booze.

The State Fair‘s an option, but we wouldn’t dare go to that shit show on a weekend. If we wanted to wait in line for 20 minutes for a $7 corndog, we’d go to Neiman Marcus and have them make us one out of foie gras while we shop for diamonds.

But tomorrow, there’s a festival that’ll be just the right amount of crowded for our tastes. Lowest Greenville Fall Fest turns the popular entertainment district into a must-visit outdoor experience filled with pop-up shops and food stands, plus all your favorite restaurant patios for soaking up some sun—and maybe a little booze.

In fact, pick up a Mason jar in front of Blind Butcher for just $10 and enjoy up to 10 different cocktails being sampled up and down the block.

Businesses participating in the festival include Greenville Avenue Pizza Company, Ragin’ Crab, Social Mechanics, Rapscallion, Village Baking Co., JOY Macarons, Toasted, Good Records, Single Wide, Bullzerk, Yucatan Taco Stand, Blind Butcher, HG Sply Co., Crisp Salad Company, Dude, Sweet Chocolate, Haymaker Dallas, The Libertine Bar, Truck Yard, Company Café and Boulangerie.

The weather’s gonna be perfect, so grab some friends.

Then tap into your inner streetwalker tomorrow.

Lowest Greenville Fall Fest
Saturday, October 7
11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Lowest Greenville Avenue, Dallas




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