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Chicken and waffles, Oddfellows
Oddfellows has chicken and waffles, plus Cuvee Coffee's Black & Blue cold-brewed nitrogen-infused coffee on tap. Photo courtesy of Oddfellows
Lucia Dallas, crostini
Lucia Dallas elevated the neighborhood with fine fare such as this crostini with fava beans, shallots and burrata. Photo courtesy of DallasFood
Veracruz Cafe in Dallas
Veracruz Cafe was in Bishop Arts before the hipsters moved in. Photo courtesy of Veracruz Cafe
Boulevardier restaurant in Dallas
Boulevardier is a little bit of Paris right inside Bishop Arts. Photo courtesy of Boulevardier
Lockhart Smokehouse, smoked meat
Lockhart Smokehouse piles your dinner on brown paper — no forks needed. Lockhart Smokehouse/Facebook
Zen Sushi, Japanese, Restaurant, Bishop Arts District
Zen Sushi features creations by veteran chef Michelle Carpenter. Zen Sushi/Facebook