Neighborhood: North Oak Cliff

Oak Cliff is actually more than a neighborhood. It’s more like an area. It’s like Dallas’s version of Brooklyn, similarly right across the two big Calatrava bridges you see to the west of downtown. Once the chill-but-culturally-rich area that was largely undiscovered and unventured bc of its “shady” surroundings, North Oak Cliff has some of the trendiest…

Neighborhood Guide: Oak Lawn

Oak Lawn has long been the center of Dallas’ gay community (which is the BIGgest in TX and one of the largest in the US). The neighborhood bars and clubs draw big crowds each weekend, as does the annual Dallas Pride parade down Cedar Springs Road. But there are plenty of quieter streets of charming…

Neighborhood Guide: Lower Greenville

Lower Greenville has a rich history and has always had some of the best restaurants, bars and music all in one place. About 15 years back, it used to be primarily a night-time destination minus a healthy lunch crowd, but it has evolved over the last 10 years to become one of the most walkable…

Neighborhood Guide: Downtown Dallas

Downtown Dallas has gone from a healthy business-district that turned into a ghost-town after 6pm weekdays and weekends into a lively live-work-walk-shop-eat-drink neighborhood at all times of the day.

Neighborhood: Dallas Arts District, Downtown

Love the arts? — Well, 18 minutes north of Main St happens to hold the largest contiguous Arts District in the country.  The Dallas Arts District 18 min walk / 6 min drive