Tag Archives: Oak Cliff

Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff – Oddfellows

Located in the Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff, Oddfellows occupies the space where Vitto’s used to be, adjacent to the Oak Cliff Mercantile.  They have free wi-fi, and Tuesday is “free taco with a cup of coffee” day! The developers did a nice, albeit quick, re-do of the space…simple, concrete floors, and 2×2 cladding [...]

Dallas – Hattie’s

I popped over to Hattie’s in the Bishop Arts District of Oak Cliff last week for lunch with a friend.  I’ve had their food before, and it’s always wonderful, but on this day I noticed something so sinfully delicious sounding on the menu that I couldn’t pass it up: Fried Green Tomato and Pimento Cheese [...]

My first column for Modern Dallas dropped today!

Okay, here ‘tis:  http://www.moderndallas.net/smokebolsa48.html  I’ve come on as the “food+design” writer for Modern Dallas, and for those of you who are locals, my first piece is about 3 Oak Cliff restaurants that are co-owned by the same business partners: Bolsa, Smoke, and 48 Nights. And now my publisher has asked me to write a more [...]

SMOKE Restaurant – a teaser

As I mentioned last week, I’ll actually be reviewing Smoke, along with Bolsa and 48 Nights, in my upcoming column for Modern Dallas – but I wanted to give you a little teaser.  I had a GREAT interview with both Christoper Jeffers and Chris Zielke this past Saturday at Smoke, co-owners/conspirators of all 3 restaurants.  [...]