This blog is about exploring different areas of Dallas to help you get your three square meals a day.
Local Press + Brew
To start your morning off right in bishop arts district, head to Local Press + Brew. Located in north oak cliff, Local Press + Brew is the first juice and coffee parlor in Dallas. All of their products come from local vendors. The shop offers 14 different juices, coffee and espresso, baked goods, and
variations of toast. A customer favorite is the sample juice try and the avocado toast. Bari Kesner loves their specialty drink called the sunrise, which is orange juice with a shot of espresso.
“I was really turned off by the combination at first but it is surprisingly good and refreshing,” said Kesner.
For lunch in Bishop Arts District, head to C. Senor for a Cuban sandwich. This tiny walk-up shack might not catch your eye but it will definitely catch your taste buds. It’s a great place to stop and refuel while shopping around. Although they have a few other Cuban-inspired dishes on their menu, their Cuban
sandwich has become known all over Dallas. Pair your Cuban sandwich with a side of Yucca fires for the perfect commination. Sofie Rossell loves coming here to get a sandwich.
“I’m from Miami and this is one of the best Cuban sandwiches I’ve found outside of Miami,” said Rossell.
Your next stop in Bishop Art’s district should be Boulevardier. Although this French Bistro is known for their brunch, their dinner is no disappointment. The restaurant has crafted cocktails and an extensive wine list.
The dishes range from salads to pasta to steak. Mackenzie Harper loves coming to dinner here when the weather is nice.
“Their patio is a great to come have a glass of wine and a great meal,” said Harper.
All Pictures photographed by Madeleine Auffenberg