The Bishop Arts District is one of Dallas' hottest neighborhoods– for art, music, shopping and, most notably for food, where there are plenty of options for every palette and budget.
In the past 10 years, the area has welcomed in some of the most notable restaurants in the city, including Lucia, a tiny chef-driven trattoria that draws Italian food-lovers from all over Dallas and beyond. Another culinary gem is Bolsa, a cozy restaurant known for its stellar wine list and delectable farm-to-table cuisine.
If you're looking for a taste of the south, you'll find it at Hattie's, a charming American restaurant serving sophisticated Lowcountry cooking. Here's where to find the best shrimp and grits this side of the Carolinas. Or perhaps the eclectic comfort food menu at Oddfellows will tempt your tummy. How about deviled eggs with candied bacon or banana cream pie French toast? And we'd be remiss not to mention the epic barbecue at Lockhart Smokehouse. Locals are pretty obsessed with the way they do brisket there.
Pizza is always something you can count finding, but not many places make it as thin and flavorful as Eno's Pizza Tavern.
Then there's Boulevardier, a laid back bistro serving some of the best Gallic fare in the city. Dishes like steak and frites, bouillabaisse and charcuterie have area Francophiles saying, oui oui.
If that's not enough to tantalize your taste buds, you also have the best sushi in town at ZEN Sushi, the best Cuban street food at C. Señor and the best slice of pie you'll ever eat at Emporium Pies.