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Bishop Arts District, Dallas

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Trendy Bishop Arts District includes over 60 independent businesses, including shops, restaurants, bars, art galleries, and coffeehouses. The area was developed as a warehouse district in the 1920s, but fell into a period of disrepair. Recent decades have seen the revitalization of the area, and today many artistic murals adorn the shabby-chic buildings. Spend time browsing the eclectic boutiques selling clothing, toys, pet goods, books, and gifts before stopping for coffee or a bite to eat. The neighborhood boasts a wide range of cuisines such as Thai, Mexican, sushi, barbecue, and Greek. Parking can be a problem; consider parking a few blocks away and walking. Put Bishop Arts District into our Dallas vacation builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Though the downtown area offers more high-end accommodations, the heaviest concentration of hotels in Dallas is in the northern part of the city. Staying in this area while on holiday allows you to choose from a range of affordable and comfortable lodgings just a short drive from the city's major attractions. Depending on the purpose of your visit, you may find it more convenient to stay close to the airport or near the city's amusement parks. A budget-friendly alternative, the northern suburbs offer decent accommodations and plenty of shops and restaurants.
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  • Cute little area for shopping and dining. Free parking if you are a customer. Easy to walk around. Interesting shops, lots of handmade items. Variety of restaurants to choose from.  more »
  • The Bishop Art District is worth a few hours stroll. There are some unique shops, but many of them are closed on Mondays. The area we drove thru to get there was pretty sketchy, thought our GPS was of...  more »
  • Great shops and plenty of good lunch shops. Made for a perfect lunch date for my wife and I. Definitely recommend!  more »