The Bishop Arts District is one of the oldest, most iconic neighborhoods in Dallas. Rich in history, the area has been revitalized in recent years and has been featured in the New York Times, USA Today, and The Daily Beast as a hidden-gem known for its close-knit community.
Living in Bishop Arts is a great way to stay close to all that Dallas has to offer without the daily hustle of the downtown scene. Although renovations have taken place over the years, this district has remained true to its roots, sticking with many original structures.
Bishop Arts is home to more than 60 boutiques, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and galleries. This diverse selection of restaurants is home to Lockhart Smokehouse, which is rated one of the top BBQ joints in the country. The Bishop Arts District strives to support local businesses and empower the growth of the community. In fact, many of the business owners and employees from this area live in the community as well.
Bishop Arts provides a hometown feel featuring unique local shops and off-the-wall knickknack stores. The art-driven community continues to provide an outlet for local artists, featuring galleries throughout the district.
Bishop Arts District puts an emphasis on local events. Annual competitions like Brew Riot allow local teams to compete to see who has the best home-brewed beer in town. Another unique event is the Urban Street Bazaar, which features some of the best Dallas-made crafts. Check out The Kessler Theater, which has been in business since 1946, to find events such as local performing arts and Indie music showcases.
An apartment on North Bishop Avenue will keep you in the middle of it all for an easy walk to those popular eateries. There are trendy new pads all over this historic district. If you’re looking for a hometown feel while still being 10 minutes away from the main city, Bishop Arts is your spot.
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