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Bishop Arts District

There’s Some Ho-Ho-Hos In This House

Jingle, jangle, bitches! The Tipsy Elf returns to the Bishop Arts District this Friday! The wild-and-wintry wonderland of whiskey and Weihnachten debuts for another year of holiday-themed cocktails, photo ops and the divine Gloria Devine as Mrs. Claus. Bigger than ever before, the expanded weather-proof patio will be able to welcome even more tipsy tipplers through the doors. That’s in […]

Paris By Way Of Oak Cliff

This Sunday, what’s yours is mime and what’s mimed is yours at an event you’re gonna want to escargot to and beg for merci. All in the name of (another) red, white, and blue! Yep, Francophiles, Thursday is the annual Bastille on Bishop celebration, one of the most entertaining neighborhood gatherings each year. You can roam around for free or […]

Brunch Of The Week: P-P-P-Pink

We’ve gotta P! Lots and lots of Ps. For this edition of Brunch of the Week, we’re looking ahead to next Saturday and the Pink Pride Brunch at Paradiso benefiting Promise House. (See all those Ps?) Presented by the Honorable and Handsome Chad West (we think that should be his official title), a portion of proceeds from the brunch benefit […]

Brunch Of The Week: Don’t Cry, Try Argentinian

Looking for a real change of pace from the same-old, same-old brunch fare? Head to Chimichurri Argentinian Bistro & Bar in the Bishop Arts District and you’ll be treated to a variety of delectable dishes that go far beyond ho-hum Eggs Benedict and French toast (though you’ll find excellent versions of both). Whether you’re visiting for brunch or any other […]

Get Ready For Some Dirty Talk

We were nearly 11 years old before we discovered the joy of cursing. We were raised by a mom who didn’t like any movie without the words “Disney presents” in front of the title, which meant our household was a pretty G-rated place to live. Bitch, as we recall, was the first word we used to shock people with our […]

Brunch Of The Week: Deep In The Heart Of Tejas

Variety may be the spice of life, but it can also make for a very long brunch. Especially if you have friends who are bad at making food decisions. Well, that’s practically impossible at the recently opened Tejas in the Bishop Arts District. The super-simple menu features only three breakfast tacos, three lunch/dinner versions and a trio of burgers (one […]

Brunch Of The Week: Cure For The Common Hangover

It’s always that last vodka soda that sends of over the edge. Actually, we tend to get worse hangovers from red wine. Mixed with vodka sodas. But whatever. Brunch is about to cure you of everything that ails you. At least if you head to Tillman’s Roadhouse in Bishop Arts District. Make reservations now for this weekend and drink as much as you […]

A Bright & Sunny Trip To The O.C.

If you’re feeling fartsy, please make sure it’s artsy. Not only is that a good mantra for life in general, it’s also the tagline for our Etsy store featuring colostomy bag balloon animals. But even if you don’t find art on that level at this weekend’s Bishop Arts Festival, we’re pretty sure you’ll still have any amazing time at the two-day […]

Bard Hopping

For at least half of America, tomorrow’s elections results will be a real tragedy. So, we figured tonight we’d put things in even more tragic perspective with a little Shakespeare. Shakespeare in the Bar Presents: Julius Caesar brings plenty of drama (and iambic pentameter) to Wild Detectives in the Bishop Arts District. Online tickets are sold out, but there are […]

Bacon, Butter & Booze

Five days ago, we visited Pink Magnolia. Two days ago, we emerged from our sugar coma. Don’t worry, it’s one we anticipated and graciously welcomed after working our way through much of the food menu—and the entire collection of cocktails, from simple champagne concoctions to punch bowls filled with fruity, boozy delights.Indeed, as anyone who’s ever dined on the food […]