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Bishop Arts District

Bishop Avenue, Oak Cliff, Dallas, TX
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Trendy neighborhood featuring galleries, shops, antique stores and restaurants.
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good33%
  • Average9%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“emporium pies” (25 reviews)
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Bishop Avenue, Oak Cliff, Dallas, TX
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Reviewed January 1, 2016

Taylored shops and a walkable atmosphere. What more could you want?! There's so much to see and explore in this relatively small but very up-and-coming (if it hasn't already) area - it is definitely worth the trip to spend part, if not all, of the...More

Thank lightnhereyes
Reviewed December 28, 2015

I live close to Bishop Arts District in an area of Dallas called Oak Cliff. Bishop Arts has delicious food options in locally owned restaurants, such as Hatties, Enos Pizza, Greek Cafe, C Señor, Boulvedair, and more. It has numerous locally owned dessert shops like...More

1  Thank Debbie B
Reviewed December 24, 2015

The Bishop Arts District is a small neighborhood full of stores of many kinds, from local restaurants to music stores selling classic long-plays. It's a good place for a stroll, but I wouldn't spend too much time in it.

Thank amscultori
Reviewed December 18, 2015

So many things to do here. Shop, eat and drink. Great place to bring the family or just walk around with friends.

Thank CherylHoffman
Reviewed December 17, 2015 via mobile

Great part of town to stroll through after roll out of a restaurant full. Cute little stores line the streets as do some great restaurants and bars. We enjoyed a small store called Fete which had a lot of cute novelty items.

Thank Suzana K
Reviewed December 17, 2015

This is a little oasis amongst the crazy surrounding this neighborhood. So don't be surprised when someone forces their insanity upon you trying to get here. The area is gentrifying so i'm keeping my fingers crossed because i really like the little shops here.

Thank cindynor41
Reviewed December 15, 2015

What a fun place for lunch and shopping. One of a kind Mom and Pop speciality shops in a unique setting. The murals painted on the brick buildings are huge and so colorful. Great place to stroll on an afternoon with lots of variety. Lots...More

Thank willlawana
Reviewed December 15, 2015

This is a fun afternoon/evening stroll to walk around and check out the shops/bars/restaurants. We definitely recommend a visit to this area.

Thank rjkmp
Reviewed December 9, 2015 via mobile

Eclectic and energetic. Great place to go for shopping for the afternoon for hard to buy for folks and have a nice lunch out. Drawback? Hard to find parking.

Thank codegrl40
Reviewed December 4, 2015

In December, merchants get together for a jingle bell walk. Holiday decor abounds. Folks are singing on street corners and a tent is up for sales of hot drinks and snacks. Plenty of restaurants to choose for dinner. Several blocks of shops to wander. For...More

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Hi! Are there any hotels or B&B's within walking distance of the Bishop Arts area? If not, what's the nearest neighborhood that has lodging? THanks!
December 19, 2014|
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Response from Donald W | Reviewed this property |
Previous answers are excellent, Downtown is closest, but not walking, if they would finish trolley would add charm and option. Belmont Hotel in Oak Cliff, is an option but I think is really Pricy. Enjoy