Bishop Arts District hosts the third annual Cliff Fest
By Grace Roberts/ Big D Blog
With local artists, vendors, restaurants and more, the Oak Cliff area is welcoming the Dallas community to the Bishop Arts District for a little “Sunday Fun-day” on Nov. 13. It’s the third annual Cliff Fest—this year titled, “More Than Just a Taste.”
Head to Bishops Avenue to sample foods from the neighborhood’s favorite eateries: ZEN Sushi, Lucia, Bolsa, Mesa, Nova, Lockhart, Hunky’s, and Tillman’s Roadhouse, to name a few. And, don’t forget about the Chili Cook-Off, which this year is benefitting Well Community, a nonprofit organization that helps adults recovering from serious mental illness obtain love and health once again in their lives. It only costs $5 to sample the meaty fall favorite cuisine, meanwhile donating to a great cause.
The festival will also feature two musical performances by local artists, kids activities and vendor after vendor of classic Arts District products. Local residents say the yearly event celebrates the unique neighborhood by highlighting the area’s notable talent. For those looking for a more action packed event, join the bike community for the Tweed Ride with Bike Friendly Oak Cliff and absorb the scenery as you bike through historic Dallas.
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