There’s a lot going on in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District. Maybe you’ve stopped by Botanist for a cocktail (you definitely have), or took in some live music at the New Orleans-inspired (and Bon Appétit-approved) Reveler’s Hall. In between light apps at Paradiso or salumi and spritzes at Macellaio, you’ve likely noticed some new non-bar-and-restaurant developments.
There’s Marcel Market, which opened earlier this summer and continues to charm with its exclusive French goods, but the little slice of Paris is just one of several concepts to find a home in Bishop Arts. Here are a few new Bishop Avenue shops to pop into while visiting the evolving district.
It takes just under two minutes to walk from Society, Bishop Arts’ popular candle and gift store, to its sister shop, Jeremiah Jo. The new concept also offers home goods, artisanal products, and original homes scents, but trades the dark hues and metals of Society for bleached wood and rustic finishes, offering an airier vibe that’s reflected in its merchandise.
After introducing her curated mix of vintage furniture and handmade accessories in her first brick-and-mortar shop on Tyler, Molly Matthias has forwarded her collection of leather safari chairs, vintage wicker, and smudge sticks to a new Magic Hour location on Bishop Avenue, which should be opening shortly.
Dolly on Bishop
The Oak Cliff outpost of Dallas’ beloved Dolly Python (aptly named Dolly On Bishop) features men and women’s vintage apparel, antiques, jewelry from a variety of decades, and a vintage music selection.
We mentioned this French concept store above, but for chocolate-covered marshmallow bears and Bonne Maman raspberry tartlets, it’s worth reiterating.
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