Welcome to The Strip on Cedar Springs. Cedar Springs Road is home to a diverse array of retail, nightlife, restaurants, accommodations and services. Located north of Oak Lawn Blvd. and west of Lemmon Ave. This vibrant and popular neighborhood is home to many community events and celebrations. Select a category to find your merchant.
Apartments & Condos
Apartment homes, condos.
Services including Printing, Postal, Internet, Advertising, Consultants and more.
Floral arrangements and gifts.
Restaurants, Quick Bites and Coffee Shops.
Health & Medicine
Pharmacies, Clinics, Doctors and Medical related.
Hotels, Motels, & Lodging
Nightlife. Clubs. Taverns. Bars.
Clothing, Shoes, Gifts, Specialty Stores.
Salons. Hair, nail, tan, personal services.
Sports & Recreation
Sports related stores and services.
News & Community Blogs
Wondering what happened to the Orlando Tributes at Legacy of Hope?
From Fox4News.com Non-profit preserves Orlando tributes from Legacy of Love memorial A local non-profit wants to make sure future generations of Texans will not forget the overwhelming support Orlando shooting victims received at an iconic Dallas LGBT symbol. More than a week after the terror attack in Orlando, 18 people remain in the hospital and four of them in critical condition. However, the outpouring love and support for the victims continues in North Texas. Even though the shooting took place over a thousand miles away, it’s had a major impact on the LGBT community nationwide. Kevin Whitt has been to the Legacy of Love monument in Oak Lawn every day since the Orlando massacre stunned the nation. Read the full story and see the video on Fox4News.com here.
Cedar Grove now open. First look from Zagat.
First Look: Cedar Grove The gist: After a soft opening weekend, Cedar Grove is officially open in the old Dish Cedar Springs space. Created by the NL Group (the same team behind the original Dish, Dish Preston Hollow and Front Room Tavern), the new, far more casual concept better fits the neighborhood with an emphasis on quality, with creative food still at the forefront. The chef: Chef Taylor Kearney, a recent Zagat 30 Under 30 honoree, is doing double-duty, leading the kitchen both here and at Front Room Tavern. His farm-to-table focus includes several shareable plates and a handful of larger entrees, with everything on the menu under $25. Full food and drink menus are included at the end of this story. The food: The locally sourced menu is mostly New American with a few Southern and Tex-Mex favorites thrown in for good measure, including deviled eggs (pictured above), which are adorned with crispy ham and housemade hot sauce to spice things up to your personal preference. Read the complete story online at Zagat.com here.
Mark Cuban donating $1M to DPD
From the Dallas Voice: Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings has released a statement confirming that Dallas Mavs owner Mark Cuban has, indeed, donated $1 million to the Dallas Police Department to help fund added security measures for the city’s LGBT community in the wake of the Sunday morning massacre at Pulse nightclub in Orlando. The money will be earmarked for an estimated 16,000 hours of Dallas police overtime to be utilized at Chief David Brown’s discretion for enhanced counterterrorism efforts, including additional police presence in the Oak Lawn area, the news release said. read more at dallasvoice.com