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.
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D Magazine: Zephyr one of 20 Best Brunch spots
D Magazine is out with it’s latest “Where to Find the Best Brunch in Dallas” article and Zephyr’s Bakery Cafe on the Cedar Springs Strip made the list. Here is a recap from the article: Brunch lacks rules. It’s neither breakfast nor lunch. It’s a planned event with a buffet for Mother’s Day or a last second Sunday morning decision after a night out. Get up early or hit the snooze button for hours—the fluffy eggs and sugar-dusted carbs will be there either way. Zephyr Baker Cafe The café-style eatery on the corner of Cedar Springs Road and Throckmorton Street opened less than two years ago but has fast become a neighborhood staple. The covered patio, adorned in quaint two and four-top tables, is bustling every Sunday with energetic folks reminiscing about last night’s festivities. Offerings include a hodgepodge of classic American staples and European-inspired comfort food. The brunch menu boasts some of the best deviled eggs in town: whipped yolk and pimento cheese topped with pickled okra, crispy ham, spicy pecans, and a dusting of paprika. The seafood omelet is crammed with shrimp, crawfish, bell peppers, and onion, and gets topped with seafood and mushroom pontchartrain sauce. You’ll be daydreaming of […]
Hate Crimes Awareness Roundtable Discussion
The “Stay Proud, Be Loud” Hate Crimes Awareness initiative sponsored by Miller Coors will be presenting a Roundtable discussion on Thursday, May 4th starting at 2:45 pm at The Round Up Saloon, 3912 Cedar Springs Road. All community leaders, Dallas Tavern Guild members, area merchants and interested parties are encouraged to attend. There will also be posters, table tents and wallet cards for attendees as take-aways. Here is the agenda: Michael Doughman, Tavern Guild to provide Introduction (for example, of agenda and outline for roundtable) Jason Marsden & Michael Nordman – MSF Staff/MillerCoors Rep – Frame our Public-Facing collaboration with MillerCoors (this is what MSF is doing with MillerCoors) regarding pro-training, pro-safety components. “Please join us later today at Cedar Springs Taphouse, where we will release this public facing collaboration upfront.” Jason will also give some background around our work and this collaboration. Judy Shepard presents her story/provides historical background (Matthew 1998 and the Shepard-Byrd Act 2009) Subject Matter Experts Police Department and/or Sheriff’s Department Rep. (Barbara Hobbs, Laura Martin or Lupe) to discuss – how the agency takes these cases seriously and what resources the dept. offers the LGBTQ community > Hallie Ivey, FBI Representative, discussing how federal enforcement […]
Cafe bakes up breakfast tacos and cakes for Dallas’ Cedar Springs
Here is a great article from culturemap DALLAS about the new bakery and cafe going in the former Thairiffic location (4000 Cedar Springs Rd Ste.E). A Denton bakery and cafe will bring wholesome, homespun breakfast to one of Dallas’ most neighborly of neighborhoods. Crickle’s and Co. will open on Cedar Springs with breakfast tacos, biscuits, and custom cakes. It’ll go in at 4000 Cedar Springs Rd., in the old Thairiffic, the Thai restaurant that closed in November. Crickle’s comes from Cristal Barnard, a pastry chef and graduate of the Art Institute of Dallas who worked at the French Room and the Adolphus, as well as Craft Dallas, the Tom Colicchio restaurant in the W Dallas Hotel (which is now Cook Hall). – continue reading the full article here at culturemap DALLAS