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Restaurants & Bars

Meet Leftovers, Bishop Arts’ Beloved Restaurant Patio Cat

His real name is Bishop. He prefers chicken—cold, please, and white meat only. He does not look both ways before crossing the street. Say hello to the new mayor of Eighth Street.
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Restaurant Reviews

You Will Eat a Sardine Sandwich and You Will Like It

La Bodega, in Oak Cliff, has a specialty in rotisserie chicken. But a more unusual ingredient is the star of a cult favorite hit.
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Restaurants & Bars

La Bodega Brings Rotisserie Chicken and Sandwiches to the Bishop Arts District

The little grab-and-go restaurant boasts a number of inspirations: its neighborhood, its quest against food waste, and of course an ex-boyfriend.
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Restaurants & Bars

The Former Lucia Space Will Become an Australian All-Day Cafe

Isla & Co. is a growing chain from Brooklyn, but its Australian founders want to bring that country's relaxed feel to the United States.
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Business

How a Dallas Probate Lawyer Created a Craft Coffee Empire

Chris Parvin has opened five White Rhino Coffee locations throughout North Texas and hopes to soon double that number.
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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.
Paradiso's Wood-Fired Oven Pizza
Publications

Trouble in Oak Cliff’s Paradiso

A new restaurant in the Bishop Arts District is the kind of place you’d see in any chic, bohemian neighborhood. That’s the problem.
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Bishop Arts District

In North Oak Cliff’s District 1, Council Candidates Face the Impact of a Zoning Change

In 2010, the City Council approved new zoning near Bishop Arts that allowed for denser developments along Davis. Nine years later, the race for D1 is partly about its impact.
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Restaurant Openings and Closings

Dallas Cookie Talk: Tasting JOY Macarons

Look for the new storefront in Bishop Arts later this year.
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