Bishop Arts District

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Bishop Arts District
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Trendy neighborhood featuring galleries, shops, antique stores and restaurants.
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Dallas, TX213 contributions
Dec 2021 • Family
I live in Dallas, near Bishop Arts, so it’s understandable to visit my beloved Bishop Arts once a month at least. There’s lots to eat - pizza, pie, empanadas. I definitely recommend the restaurants below:

“Eno’s Pizza Tavern”
Eno’s is one of the best pizza places I’ve been to. Their pizzas are delicious, and they’re thin-crusted pizzas. You could sit outside, but right now, you can sit literally in the road, and sometimes it would get scary. It would look like a car would come towards you. After COVID, Eno’s has made their menu “virtual”. Basically saying online.

“Espumoso’s” I don’t know if this is the correct spelling -
They have great empanadas. Definitely try. And my mom loves the coffee. They also have this little lounge where you can have coffee and work, or simply enjoy the scenery.

“Oddfella’s”
Great breakfast. I love the chicken for breakfast. Amazing 👌
Written December 21, 2021
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888travelert
Indianapolis, IN86 contributions
Apr 2022
I was in town for just a weekend for a wedding. I had a lot of free time on Saturday. As I began reviewing highlights and tourist attractions of the city I mostly learned about the arboretum, JFK Memorial, the Aquarium, Zoo, and Reunion Tower. All might have been city highlights but when I asked my uber driver the one thing he would suggest, he mentioned the Bishpp Arts District. I was thrilled that I listened. It had a little bit of everything I love - eclectic shops and boutiques, safe, walkable area, a variety of restaurants, some history, and a warm hospitable vibe. I am so glad I tried something that isn't typically hyped in travel literature.
Written April 30, 2022
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Rhonda F
Middletown, OH231 contributions
May 2021
This was one of my favorite places to visit. We strolled and peeking in the many little shops, noting all the restaurants, bars, and cafes. Along the way, you'll find Cafe Brazil (one of our favorite restaurant/coffee shops. Then there's, Hunky's for American foods like burgers and fries and you have to stop at the window and pick out a pie at Emporium Pies-I recommend the chocolate silk. There are street musicians on the corner and plenty of music wafting from the bars.
Written June 10, 2021
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wireless_in_CA
United States4,514 contributions
Feb 2020 • Family
This was our favorite neighborhood that we visited during our stay in Dallas. It was also the busiest as well but could have been due to the real nice day in the 70s.

Similar to Deep Ellum the stores and restaurants had a lot of character but a more urban appeal to us.

We ate BBQ at Lockhart Smokehouse and drooled over the pies slices at Emporium. We listened to guitar players outside of Parker Barrows and the competing one down the same block outside Whitehall Exchange. The was even a band playing inside Revelers Hall (not real sure how they fit along with guests) but the place was jamming.

Clothing, outdoor gear and even a vintage record store, Vintage Records, were great places to stop by and shop. Need a haircut then checkout the garage setting at Brass Tacks Barbershop and get your hair cut next to Harleys.

Further down Bishop Road was a new and modern building along with a large parking lot. The lot was nice since it was tough finding street parking (free on Sundays).
Written February 19, 2020
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littlebit0863
Baytown, TX158 contributions
Feb 2021
I've visited Bishop Arts district 3 times now and each time I've found somewhere new to go. There are plenty of small shops, restaurants, and coffee shops to try out. Street parking is confusing so I recommend valet, so you don't have to worry about it.
Written March 26, 2021
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Patricia L
DeSoto, TX29 contributions
Jan 2020
Recommend ENOS (closed on Mondays) thin pizza cracker and love the Pig Smiley, and Hunky's Hamburgers - Beef and Turkey Burger. Can park on side streets and one parking lot added north of Hunky's. Go back all the time because they add new house vendors and eating places. Very Strollable. Vintage vendors. Check out antique store by Hunky's. Expect some Latin Art. Lockhart's BBQ is on best BBQ list in Texas Monthly. Roll food up in brown meat market paper. More take out orders than sit in. Few tables to dine in but not many.
Written February 11, 2020
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Deniece
6 contributions
Feb 2020
During our DFW tour, we drove down the main street of Bishop Arts district. It also happened to be the day of a Mardi Gras parade. We went back to the District after the tour of Kennedy's assassination and the Sixth floor museum. We were lucky enough to be there the day of the Mardi Gras parade. It was a wonder full day and I would encourage all to include this afternoon trip into their travel plans.
Written March 12, 2020
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Andrew G
3 contributions
Oct 2020
Met my date at 303 Bar and Grill to watch the Cowboys/Cleveland game. Great drinks and brunch menu. Left at end of third quarter to walk around the district. Lots of neat stores, bars and restaurants in the area. More than one visit is necessary to take in what Bishop Arts District has to offer.
Written October 6, 2020
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marygarris
Fort Worth, TX58 contributions
Mar 2021 • Couples
Wax our second time there. Two years we stayed at the Reunion Tower Hotel and went there for the first time. This time went to Dallas World Aquarium and there visit there again. For shopping, having lunch and walking around. We had again good time. This time we drove and was a long way stand coming back home to FW was crazy with all the construction. But is worth it , to know the place and spend time there. This time we had lunch at Paradiso Restaurant . I recommend very well. Aldo like to drink the lattes from Espumoso Cafe.
Written March 20, 2021
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Inga P
1 contribution
Apr 2022 • Couples
Fun vibrant area with good restaurants and shops! Lots of character and cute little places to pop in- boutique clothing shops, outdoor bars to grab a glass of wine and enjoy the sunshine. Has a young alternative vibe— colorful murals and unique atmosphere. Good place to stroll around for the afternoon!
Written April 13, 2022
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