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Patio, Pups, and Perpetual Happy Hour at LG Taps

Bacon Queso Fries (all photos © Dining with Delia Jo 2017)

LG Taps stands for "Lower Greenville taps", and as the name suggests, it's located right on Greenville Avenue in Dallas. Opened in 2016, LG's large patio which offers seating for 80 is the major differentiating factor, in addition to being dog-friendly. The indoor space is literally half the size of the spacious patio, so if it's dining al fresco you're seeking, this is your place.

The menu is casual, the drinks are cold, and the feeling is college-y and comfortable at LG Taps. You might choose LG for weekend brunch, to catch a game on TV, or join them for Trivia Night, Industry Night, or Ladies Night Out. It's perpetually happy hour there, so grab a friend, grab a spot on the patio, and take advantage of the $6 craft cocktails on their "eternal happy hour" menu.

Might I recommend munching on the Bacon Queso Fries, which have a great little kick to them. Inventive sandwiches and fun bar bites are the name of the game here, as the Chef here also used to run the kitchen at the former restaurant in this location, Knuckle Sandwich Company (RIP). Cubans, Fried Chicken from Buffalo, Pulled Pork Sliders, Turkey Melt, you name it, they'll put it on a bun and bring it to you, hot and fresh.

You know this queso queen had to order the Oh My Cheese sandwich: Cheddar, Swiss, and house pimento cheeses served on Parmesan-dusted Texas toast with tomato basil soup. Comfort food at it's finest.

LG Taps is open Monday - Thursday 4pm - 12am, Friday & Saturday 11am -2am,  and 
Sunday 11am - 12am. 

3619 (Lower) Greenville Ave
Dallas, Texas

Dessert special "Break on through to the lemon side" with lemon curd mousse, house baked shortbread cookies, fresh strawberries, and mint
LG Taps Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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