You’ll Never Run Out Of Things To Do In This Charming Neighborhood In Dallas

Up until the late 1980s, Oak Cliff neighborhood was an eyesore. It encompassed mostly boarded-up historic homes and closed-down storefronts between Adams Avenue and Zang Boulevard and Davis and 9th Streets. Today, Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District is one of the most happening places to go in Dallas. The eclectic area has taken on a new life and is infused with colorful art, history, eateries, bars, shops, galleries, and performance venues. Here’s why you’ll never fun out of things to do when visiting this charming neighborhood:

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If you have visited this Oak Cliff neighborhood, what do you like best about the Bishop Arts District? If you have a must-visit restaurant, shop, or bar, we’d love to read about your recommendation in the comments below!