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Paradise Found

Dare to explore and discover the culinary delights of Paradiso in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District.

Springtime in Dallas is a sight to behold. Brilliant blue skies and plenty of warm sunshine. The Bishop Arts District in historic Oak Cliff is the perfect place to enjoy the season, especially when it involves one of the region’s top restaurants. Welcome to the incomparable Paradiso.

Whether it’s a special brunch, late dinner, or evening out, Paradiso suits a variety of tastes. The Southern European-inspired brasserie is imbued with lush greenery and luxurious custom furniture, ideal for dining al fresco in the courtyard. And thanks to executive chef Nick Hurry, the menu is curated with just as much care.

Focusing on seasonal ingredients, Paradiso prepares its offerings in-house, including wood-fired flatbreads and a variety of hand-made pastas. Wild-caught fish, steak frites, and grilled pork chops are all house specialties. The desserts—to die for; and the craft cocktails—refreshing.

Springtime is in full swing, and whether that means dining inside or outside, Paradiso presents all the right options.