Check Out These Bishop Arts District Attractions
An easy drive from our Las Colinas apartments is a unique neighborhood full of history. We're talking about the Bishop Arts District, and it was Dallas' busiest trolley stop in the 1930s. The neighborhood has been recognized by both The New York Times and USA Today for its small-town feel and hidden gem appeal. Here, visitors will find over 60 independent boutiques, restaurants, and galleries, with highlights including:
Made up of artists and makers, Dirt is a florist specializing in modern, earthy designs with a Bohemian flair. The artists use raw materials and colorful blooms from around the world. Their arrangements are often one-of-a-kind, and they pay attention to detail down to the gorgeous wrapping. Flowers include snapdragons, pink roses, and football mums.
The Wild Detectives
Friends Javier Garcia del Moral and Paco Vique always wanted a place that combined their two passions: books and beer. That's how The Wild Detectives was born. The shop opened in 2014, and has since hosted over 300 events, and sold as many books as beers. Guests enjoy the casual setting, and Javier and Paco invite everyone to stay and share in lively conversation. Try a pint of Texas Ale Project with a turkey or honey cream cheese tosta.
Dallas Grilled Cheese Co.
Dedicated to reinventing the perfect comfort food, the Dallas Grilled Cheese Company takes homemade grilled cheese sandwiches to a whole new level. The restaurant gains recognition from Eater and The Dallas Morning News for its unparalleled service and unique combinations. The chefs create from scratch, and the bruschetta bites are the perfect start to any meal. Sandwiches include Cattleman, Cubanesque, and The Dude.
The Bishop Arts District is just one of the premier destinations near our apartments in Las Colinas. To become a resident of our vibrant community, please contact us. We'll gladly arrange a personalized tour so you can see firsthand all we have to offer.