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
Star-studded trio opens fun new cocktail lounge on Dallas’ Cedar Springs
From Culture Map Dallas… A trio of first-timers are bringing a glitzy new bar to the Cedar Springs strip of Dallas. Called Mr. Misster, it will feature craft cocktails and a sophisticated atmosphere in a neighborhood known for casual drinking and wild nights. It’s opening on June 28, with a grand opening party on June 29. All are welcome. The bar is from a fun young trio who boast a star-studded background. “The Strip has this sort of electricity we wanted to build on, but bring something completely different,” he says. “You won’t feel like you’re in a gay bar.” Read the complete story here in Culture Map Dallas…
City of Dallas approves Rainbow Crosswalk project
What is the Dallas Crosswalk Project? The Dallas Crosswalk Project is a led by the Cedar Springs Merchant Association and LGBT Chamber of Commerce Foundation in conjunction with community and business leaders. The Crosswalk Project is a privately funded component of City of Dallas streetscape improvements in the Oak Lawn area.
Dallas’ Gayborhood Will Get a Face-Lift
We are really looking forward to the exciting changes coming to the strip! 🏳️🌈 We are also working with Arttitude, a local non-profit that unites communities through artistic endeavors, to put up a large, community-driven mural honoring the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and the trans women of color who on that day catalyzed the queer liberation movement.✊ Look for more information in the coming weeks. Read all about our ‘Face-Lift’ in this article from Dallas Observer.
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