Rainey Street used to be a quiet street near the lake. Then it became a quiet street where a few houses were flipped into bars with rocking chairs and ping pong tables. Today, every house is a bar. Lustre Pearl has one of the bigger footprints in the area, with multiple levels and bars inside. Come for a day drinking session with a big group.
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Lucille has one of the largest backyards on Rainey Street and two separate bars, all of which make it a good spot for big groups and impatient people.
L’Estelle House is a low-key and delicious French restaurant attached to an excellent wine bar.
Emmer & Rye
Emmer & Rye’s seasonal small plates and beautiful space make it one of the better places for a special occasion dinner.
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Mattie’s At Green Pastures
Mattie’s at Green Pastures is a historical restaurant serving Southern food and a great brunch in Bouldin Creek.
When you need to escape the craziness of Rainey Street, head to Geraldine’s inside Hotel Van Zandt for upscale Southern food and nightly live music.
Parlor Room is a fun, spacious bar on Rainey Street that’s good for big groups, like when it’s your birthday or you join a stranger’s bachelor party.
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