This is my third and last post about my time in Dallas and I’m sharing all about where to go! We really only had about one day to explore, and we only made it to [parts] of two neighborhoods, Oak Cliff and Bishop Arts.
On Wednesday afternoon, I explored Oak Cliff with my new friend Kathryn of The Moody Romantic, and fell in love with just one block! It’s home to Set & Co (some of the most gorgeous goods for your home), Joy Macarons (hello salted caramel), the most beautifully decorated eyeglass shop (I just walked around with my jaw dropped and the owner thought I was insane), Davis Street Espresso (I met my longtime friend Hilary from Our Style Stories here, and it was incredible! Hilary and I have been online friends for almost 5 years and we could have chatted in real life for 5 years! That’s her up there with her sweet little one.), a gourmet popsicle shop, and Oil & Cotton (a perfectly curated and decorated craft/art supply shop with workshops and classes). If you only have 1-2 hours, I highly recommend visiting this block in the historic Oak Cliff area. The buildings are from the early 1920s and many of the stores have original ceilings and walls, and they’re gorgeous!
And on Sunday morning, Joe and I made our way down to Bishop Arts District. I wish we would have known that most of the shops didn’t open until 11AM (we arrived at 10 because we had a plane to catch in a few hours). Some of our favorite shops here were DIRT Flowers (a boutique flower shop with some of the most beautiful and eclectic items for sale), Emporium Pies, and Cultivar Coffee.
On Sunday we ate breakfast at Whisk Crepes Cafe and were BLOWN away by the crepes. Joe wisely ordered one of their specialty crepes (I did a build your own), and I might have begged him for bites. His was a buckwheat crepe with shiitake & oyster mushrooms, prosciutto, parm, asparagus, greens, orange. So, so delicious. And Whisk was conveniently right across the road from where we stayed. Whisk is part of a shopping center called Sylvan Thirty.
And last but certainly not least, I made sure to visit Method Coffee a few mornings, and I absolutely adore them. Yes, I realize that my coffee shops to non-coffee shops ratio is a bit unbalanced. But, I love discovering good coffee shops.
So there you have it, a few of my favorite shops (all with gorgeous interiors and carefully curated goods) in Dallas! Hope this helps you plan your trip to Dallas!
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