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At Poets Bookshop in Bishop Arts, a Writer Creates a Community Around Poetry

Marco Cavazos views his small book shop as an important way to bring people together around poetry.
By Maddie Spera
An extended patio at Encina in Oak Cliff
Bishop Arts District

First Bite: Encina Playfully Melds New American With Modern Southern Food

Eclectic farm-to-table fare is turned up a notch at the reinvigorated Bolsa space in Bishop Arts.
The exterior of Chimichurri restaurant in the Bishop Arts District
Bishop Arts District

Chimichurri Brings the City’s First Argentine Vermouth Bar to Bishop Arts

Jesus Carmona has (temporarily) closed Tacos Mariachi, but he's fixing to tango with a new partner from south of the border.
Jennifer and David Uygur, the owners of the restaurant Lucia, sitting inside the dining room at a table.
Bishop Arts District

A Lambrusco Spritz Kit Will Level Up Your Summertime Drinking

A red wine for summer? Yes. It's versatile, fizzy, best enjoyed chilled—and the Uygurs of Lucia and Macellaio want to help you drink more of it.
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Bishop Arts District

The Wild Detectives Pranks Everyone, Starts Online Shop

Don't worry–the Bishops Arts District bookstore is not going anywhere.

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Bishop Arts District

Super Markets: This Specialty Grocer Is Making Its Mark on Dallas

Vegan grocer Lucky Mouth has made its Bishop Arts debut.
By Jessica Elliott
HOTELette
Bishop Arts District

Take a Peek Inside HOTELette Dallas, Among the Chicest Airbnbs in Town

The design-centric line of Airbnbs is the brain child of interior designer Allison Crawford.
By Meghan Lally
Kabul Nights Restaurant
Bishop Arts District

Nora’s New Spot Just Fits

The middle eastern restaurant recently moved from Greenville to Bishop Arts, but it will transport you so much farther than that.
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Bishop Arts District

Spinster Records Reopens in the Heart of Bishop Arts District

The vinyl shop moved down the road from its original location to be in the middle of the booming neighborhood.
By Roderick Pullum