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.
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, Wellness, Personal services.
Sports & Recreation
Sports related stores and services.
News & Community Blogs
Halloween 2020 Street Party cancelled
Due to the current status of COVID-19, we are sad to inform everyone that the annual 2020 Halloween Street Party has been cancelled. We look forward to seeing everyone back next year for the 2021 Halloween festivities! The above announcement was made by Caven Enterprises, the producer of the popular annual Oak Lawn event. For more information and to check any status updates on their Oak Lawn nightclubs, please visit www.partyattheblock.com
It’s Rainbow Time! First rainbow crosswalk being painted in Oak Lawn
From www.DallasVoice.com – The first of the several rainbow crosswalks planned for the Oak Lawn/Cedar Springs gayborhood is almost complete at the intersection of Cedar Springs Road and Oak Lawn Avenue. Thanks to Clint Thomson for the photos and video of the painting in progress. (And thanks to Chad Mantooth for being the intermediary in getting the images!) Read the complete story, more photos and video at www.dallasvoice.com
LGBT Chamber presents city with check for rainbow crosswalks
The LGBT Chamber of Commerce presented the city of Dallas with a ceremonial check of $128,250 to pay for the rainbow crosswalks that will be installed along Cedar Springs Road. Among those presenting the check were LGBT Chamber CEO Tony Vedda and fundraising committee chair Chris Luna. Caven Enterprises CEO Greg Kilhoffer also attended. Caven and the Cedar Springs Merchants Association were the largest donors to the fund. Council members Adam Medrano and David Blewett were among those accepting the payment. Cedar Springs Road divides their districts. Council members Adam McGough and Chad West were also on hand for the presentation. Read the complete story here on DallasVoice.com