The D-Link is DART’s free bus line connecting Downtown Dallas to the Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff. A new promotion during the month of July hopes businesses in both neighborhoods will catch the eye of riders.
Dallas and Fort Worth are not known as “walking cities,” but they are steeped with historical areas that are fun to explore. So, lace up your walking shoes and check out these places.
At a meeting Monday night city staffers and the councilman for the Dallas district talked to members of the public about rezoning plans for Jefferson Boulevard, in earlier times kind of what used to be the ‘main street’ of old Oak Cliff.
The Bishop Arts area is now one of Dallas’ hottest destinations. It’s home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, music venues and shops that visitors won’t find in cookie cutter suburban malls.
By taking one look at the buildings of the Bishop Arts District, you know it is rich with history. But these iconic buildings are also rich with entertainment.
The Bishop Arts District has quaint shops and chef inspired restaurants.
What was old is new again. The street car is coming back to Oak Cliff. And it’s coming back to a revived section of southern Dallas.
Resident Parking Only or RPOs started in the Greenville Avenue district several years ago. Today, RPOs can be found in five of the six entertainment districts.
To experience the most interesting dining in Dallas, you’ll have to cross the river. For a lot of Dallasites, that’s asking a lot.