Dallas, Bishop Arts District
The Bishop Arts District is a small shopping and entertainment district in north Oak Cliff, Dallas, Texas (USA), near the intersection of Bishop Street and Davis Street. Bishop Arts is immediately south of Downtown Dallas.
Neighbors and visitors enjoy an eclectic mix of restaurants including Ten Bells Tavern, Emporium Pies (Pie and coffee), Hunky's (Hamburgers), Oddfellows (American, Espresso) Bolsa, Cafe Brazil, Chan Thai (Thai), El Jordan (Mexican), Eno's Pizza Tavern (Italian), Espumoso Coffeehouse (Coffee and pastries), Greek Cafe and Bakery (Greek), Dude, Sweet (Chocolate), Gloria's, Hatties (American Bistro), Cretia's (bakery), Hula Hotties Cafe & Bakery (Hawaiian), Spiral Diner & Bakery (Vegan), Tillman's Roadhouse (American), Vera Cruz (Meso-American, Mayan, Aztec) and Zen Sushi (Sushi). In June 2010 Nova Restaurant opened in the old Kavala spot and then spring 2011, Lockhart Smokehouse (Central Texas-style Barbeque) opened as well. In mid-2011, Lucia's (High-End Italian) opened as well.
Bishop also includes many stores including, Home on Bishop, Dwell on Davis, and Bishop Ranch (Clothing, Jewelry, Furniture, Home Accessories), Shambala (Soaps), Indigo (Clothing), Epiphany (Clothing), Cozy Cottage (Children Clothing and Toys), GreenPet (Pet store), Alchemy Salon (Hair Salon), The Book Doctor (Book Restoration), Bishop Street Market (Gifts, candles, home decor, bath products), Fete-ish (Assorted), Dirt (Plants), Make (Hand-made Pillows, Bags, etc.). The area also welcomed the first new apartment complex in over 10 years. The area culture has continued to mature with the expanding Oak Cliff Film Festival, which has garnered media attention from Texas Monthly and New York Times.
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