So does the partying generally slow down in the Spring/Summer? I figured time of year didn't really matter.
cowboyeagle05 wrote:I am not saying Deep Ellum isn't where the parties at because it is the default for now but that will fade as well as the fad-driven crowd moves on.
Does it have to fade though? People will always want to party, and I'd rather just see the party stick to Deep Ellum, rather than bouncing around all the time. I get why the party had to leave Lower Greenville and now Uptown, but Deep Ellum seems like the perfect spot to be our permanent entertainment district. It's sorta boxed in by highways and rail, so it doesn't really bother any nearby residents. We're seeing more apartments being built these days, but eveyone moving into them already know what they are getting into.
cowboyeagle05 wrote:I would say yes Uptown, in general, is slower but its actually just decent now and less overcrowded.
I actually prefer slower and less overcrowded, but that's just my personal preference. But places like Clutch and Concrete Cowboy were never meant to be 'slow' and 'less crowded' so, while they are becoming better in my eyes, for the people who want to party, they are quickly becoming less and less desireable.