One of the most eclectic districts in Dallas is Bishop Arts. It’s located in North Oak Cliff and consists of more than 60 independent coffee shops, boutiques, restaurants, and art galleries, so you won’t run out of new things to try. In the 1930s Bishop Arts was known as Dallas’ trolly stop. This area has truly been revitalized and delivers a small-town vibe where shop owners and eateries get to know you.
Nearby at the base of the famous Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is the Trinity Groves area. Hoffman Hots boasts America’s greatest hot dog and that’s just the beginning. There’s hand-painted artisan chocolate at Kate Weiser Chocolate, and just about everything else you might be in the mood for including sushi, a fresh seafood market, and a craft-beer bar.