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All reviews oak cliff emporium pies unique shops dude sweet chocolate fun area great neighborhood south dallas unique items window shopping arts district walk around valet parking few hours spend an afternoon lots of fun stroll galleries
If you have an hour or so to browse the shops or maybe two to eat then by all means stop by. There are a few shops of interest depending on your interests - candles, collectibles, etc.It looks like a work in progress with promise....More
The Bishop Art District offers many alternatives to enjoy a good cocktail, a good dinner, an interesting conversation or listen to good music. There is parking on the street or in a designated area. Walking through the area allows you to discover its shops, restaurants,...More
It's been a couple of years since I have been here. It has bucked up alot. Better shops & eateries. They have also added/changed the murals. Went to the pie emporium & had a delicious chocolate pie. My out-of-town visitor loved it. Will go back...More
Have been to BAD! several times and never a disappointment. Can someone say PIE EMPORIUM?! This is one of the reasons I used to frequent the area, but then, I had to start eating Gluten Free and now no more Pie Emporium for me. But,...More
I like popping into bishop arts when I need a gift for someone because I always find something unique. We also try a different restaurant each time. Just plan this before you go because many shut down between brunch and dinner.
Decide to take a walk around this trendy area & enjoyed it. Lots of different galleries & shops to wander through to see all kinds of unusual artworks, handmade pieces & knick knacks of all kinds. Parking was a bit hard to find but did...More
I'm sure you're kind of getting the idea, but the whole point of the district is that they're small, independent operators and there's quite a bit of variation. Information was easy to come by, and I'm not especially tech... More
I'm sure you're kind of getting the idea, but the whole point of the district is that they're small, independent operators and there's quite a bit of variation. Information was easy to come by, and I'm not especially tech savvy. During our visit, some places were closed when we arrived but open later on and vice-versa.
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