Fine Dining in Bishop Arts

Located just 10 minutes southwest of Dallas is this charming, vibrant neighborhood filled with a burgeoning arts scene, shopping, and above all – fine dining. The Bishop Arts District is one of Dallas’ hidden gems with a small-town atmosphere even though it’s minutes from the bustling downtown Dallas scene.

408 W EIGHTH STREET #101, DALLAS, TX 75208

Tucked into a historic building in the Bishop Arts District, Lucia is a small, chef-owned Italian restaurant with a tasty menu that’s continually changing. This coveted neighborhood spot is definitely a place where you’ll need to make a reservation in advance, so plan ahead! This incredible menu is divided into antipasti, primi, second, and dolci. Legendary dishes include fois gras, gnocchi, and scallops.


This farm-to-table restaurant serves seasonally inspired dishes and cocktails. They work with local farmers and ranchers to bring you the freshest ingredients that are both healthy and appetizing! Here, they’re serving up tasty dishes like the Twig & Branch Flatbread (arugula, Texas goat cheese, and roasted grapes) and the Berkshire Pork Chop (homestead heritage cheddar grits and bacon-tomato braised collard greens).


Located in the heart of the Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff, this pie shop is a staple in the neighborhood and beloved by the community. This charming spot is whipping up some of the best pies in the state with quirky names like The Drunken Nut (Bourbon pecan with shortbread crust), Smooth Operator (French silk chocolate with a pretzel crust), and Lord of the Pies (Deep dish apple pie with cinnamon streusel).

828 W DAVIS ST, DALLAS, TX 75208

This popular restaurant is known for its incredible Korean comfort food with a modern twist. BBop Seoul Kitchen is all about sourcing ingredients locally and making all of their sauces from scratch! Our top picks include the Krispy K Wings (Lightly dusted wings coated in your choice of sauce), Not Your Mama’s Fried Chicken (Korean fried chicken coated in their special batter and lightly glazed), and the Soju Collins (Classic soju, Asian honeydew, thai basil, soda).

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