An easy drive from Union at Carrollton Square is an exciting destination known as the Bishop Arts District.
It's one of the area's most unique neighborhoods, and in the 1930s, it was the site of the busiest trolley stop in Dallas.
Since the neighborhood's revitalization, it has been featured in major publications such as USA Today and The New York Times, and more than sixty boutiques and restaurants call it home.
Indigo 1745 is a men's and women's clothing boutique that specializes in premium denim and sportswear. While it offers clothing from designers around the world, it focuses on local designers who will gladly work directly with customers. The staff strives to provide everyone with a personalized experience, and in addition to clothing, the shop also offers fragrances, soaps, and jewelry.
Green Pet is an all-natural pet food store that offers one-on-one food consultations to both educate and encourage customers to take a holistic approach in caring for their furry friends. All of the food products are made from human grade ingredients, and the staff offers free samples and a transition schedule for animals that are changing food. Items include kibble, treats, and squeaker toys.
Hattie's is an American bistro with a Southern low-country flair. It has welcomed guests since 2002, and the owners created their own special twist on the region's traditional recipes. Executive Chef Estevan Galindo traveled the country to master his craft, and he makes all of the dishes with fresh local produce. Choices include shrimp & grits, slow roasted pulled pork, and home-style bacon wrapped meatloaf.
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