The Lower Greenville Avenue portion of Dallas is one of the city's more enjoyable areas (Caveat: We haven't been there in a while; maybe it's become Douchebag/Yuppie Central.) (And yes, we know the response to that is "Well, it is in Dallas.")
A four-alarm fire engulfed a chunk of the area early today, severely damaging a block that contained the Greenville Avenue Bar & Grill, Mick's Terilli's and the Hurricane Grill.
Said one witness:
"When I got there, people were already on the street, some with tears in their eyes. I couldn't believe how big it was. This is bigger than the Arcadia. Not literally -- but this is four major businesses that really take care of their customers, that have been there for years. A lot of people go here every weekend. This is where people met, where they dated, where they got engaged. And right before St. Patrick's? This is gonna hurt."
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No cause for the blaze has been determined as yet.
At least we only lost Mai's.