An easy drive from Mosaic Dallas is one of the most unique neighborhoods in the city.
We're talking about the Bishop Arts District, and it features more than sixty independent boutiques, restaurants, bars, and art galleries.
The neighborhood has been recognized by both USA Today and The New York Times, and in the 1930s, it was the site of Dallas' busiest trolley stop.
At DFW Mantiques, visitors are greeted by a friendly guy named Compton. The store boasts that it specializes in the rougher side of antiques, and those 21 and over can enjoy a beer from the kegerator as they shop. The prices are affordable, and choices include furniture, clothes, and coins.
The designs at Dirt Flowers are often one-of-a-kind. Family owned and operated, the shop features some of the finest blooms available along with a friendly staff that enjoys helping people celebrate special moments. Flowers include dahlias, tulips, and marigolds.
Throughout the year, the florists also offer fun classes. They vary in skill level and may include Potting Succulents, Terrarium, and Advanced Floral Design.
Bolsa is where the chefs prepare meals that are fresh, local, and seasonal. They work with area farmers and ranchers for the best ingredients possible, and the restaurant has been recognized by the Dallas Observer and The Dallas Morning News. The waitstaff provides a service that's both friendly and attentive, and the dining room features wooden tables and plenty of natural light. The menu includes squash & zucchini casserole, Berkshire pork chops, and Diamond H quail along with fried bread pudding for dessert.
The Bishop Arts District is just one of the many neighborhoods you can explore if you call our apartments in downtown Dallas home. Please contact us to arrange a showing where you can see firsthand all we have to offer.