After the carnival last weekend, Bunny watched the kids so we could join the Adolphs for a progressive dinner on Lowest Greenville. I've been wanting to do this for quite a while, and with a babysitter in town and perfect spring weather, we finally made it happen.
We started with appetizers and cocktails at Blind Butcher.
The "Little Red Corvette" cocktails in honor of Prince were quite tasty and they didn't play around with the alcohol content.
We also thoroughly enjoyed the cheese board, sausage board, and pretzel bread.
Next up was dinner at Rapscallion, complete with Nashville-style hot fried chicken, skillet cornbread cooked in duck fat, roasted cauliflower with white BBQ sauce, and multiple glasses of sparking rose. I could have that same meal on repeat every night (and weigh 1,000 pounds).
After dinner, we headed across the street to Remedy for dessert.
The coconut cream pie was everything I'd hoped for and more. I mean...
The TX Strawberry Chiffon pie with whipped buttermilk and a pretzel crust was also quite delicious.
As was the s'mores-flavored ice cream sundae.
The last stop of the night was the HG Sply Co. rooftop patio for one more drink. This was the first time I'd ever made it up to their patio, and it was really cool (and packed thanks to the perfect weather). We will definitely be back.
It was such a fun night, and I want to replicate the progressive dinner outing in different parts of Dallas (and Austin). Next up will most likely be Henderson Avenue or Bishop Arts.