Bishop Arts District

If you're looking for something to do in the Dallas area, the newly updated Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff, is a great way to spend an afternoon or evening. I love this little gem in the midst of Dallas' suburbs & high rises. There are tons of great places to eat, have a drink & window shop. DSC03264
Window Shopping
There are tons of great art galleries, boutiques & stores to walk peruse the aisles of. 

Some of my Favorites:
M'antiques : Antiques for men! Fun!
Epiphnay: Women's boutique with lots of beautiful clothes, jewelry & accessories
Artisans Collective: A huge gallery filled 150+  with local artists with a vast assortment of mediums.
Bishop Street Market: Unique gifts, tons of hilarious cards, soaps & glass dishes.
Fete-ish: A vast array of insteresting gifts & crazy things to look at. A fun store to go into!
Dirt: The coolest florist ever. I love, love, love their bouquets & plants.
Simply Austin Furniture: Amazing Austin-inspired furniture.
More Info & Shopping here.
Eats & Drinks
There are tons of unique & interesting places to spend a meal, at all price ranges. 

Dallas Grilled Cheese Company: Should I have the metabolism of a 15 year old boy, I would wish to eat here everyday. It's amazing. I blogged about it here. 
The Local Oak: "American comfort food with an eclectic patio and full bar." - BishopArtsDistrict Weebly. They had me at eclectic. 
Zoli's Pizza Tavern: Real NY pizza made by an Italian New Yorker. 
303 Bar & Grill: Casual neighborhood eatery.
Dude, Sweet Chocolate: Dallas' very own chocolate shop. Lots of fun, unique flavors.
Emporium Pie Company: Famous for their pies. So, famous that when we went there was a line out the door & down the street.

Wild Detectives: A coffee shop, bar, live music venue & bookstore in one. 
Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters: All wood, back to the basics with coffee as the focus.  They're so much about the basics, they don't even have Wifi but weirdly, you don't even need it.
Bishop Cider Co.: Hand crafted hard cider. Enough said.
Check out Bishop Arts District on a weekday night when things aren't too crowded & there's parking available. :) 
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