14 Best Things To Do In The Bishop Arts District In Dallas

8. Reveler’s Hall

Reveler’s Hall is a live music venue that is open seven days a week. Small bites, flatbread and sausage platters are served in the hotel’s kitchen. This is a fun place with a New Orleans flair, especially when all the doors are open. There is plenty of indoor seating and they recently expanded the outdoor seating as well. Weather permitting, enjoy the sounds floating over Bishop Street as you window shop.

Bishop Arts is also a top destination for foodies

9. Enos Pizzeria

As the name suggests, Eno’s is a pizzeria and an old standby in the neighborhood. Eno’s was one of the original venues to open in the new Arts District. Casual and friendly, the food is good and the service is reliable. There is seating upstairs too if you have a large group.

10. El Jordan

El Jordan is the place to go for tacos, huevos rancheros, chilaquiles and anything Tex-Mex related. This is a local favorite, and if you go you’ll find the owners and staff know almost every customer by name. El Jordan was open longer than anyone in this historic building on Bishop before the hipsters arrived. Note: El Jordan is only open for breakfast and lunch.

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