Celebrate the days of sun and sea with the shops of Typo (at the corner of Tyler and Davis), in the historic storefronts just west of the Bishop Arts District.
Put on your loudest Hawaiian shirt, and your grass skirt and come join us. Food trucks, pop-ups, music, signature Tiki cocktails, photo ops and more…
TIKI AT TYPO; Shops will stay open late and offer sales on unique merchandise, along with complimentary tropical drinks. Men’s clothier DLM Supply will host Hari Mari’s “flip-flop drop” to collect used footwear for the needy. Visitors can eat poke at BB Bop, snap a beach-themed selfie at Dallas Bike Works, do the “monkey” to surf tunes at Spinster Records, find the perfect pair of shades at Glass Optical, or score a gourmet ice cream sandwich at JOY Macarons. Typo’s sidewalks will be lined with food trucks, pop-up vendors, live music – and Tiki torches, of course.
An easy walk or bike ride away, and full of familiar faces. For visitors arriving by car, parking around Typo is not a contact sport.
The stores at Typo are part of the rebirth of the old streetcar stop where Tyler and Polk cross Davis St., midway between Bishop Arts and Kessler Park. Progress began with Good Space’s renovation of a series of circa-1922 storefronts (recipient of two awards for historic preservation). Later this summer, Oak Cliff will be able to enjoy our newest neighborhood bar, Tiny Victories, at Typo, followed in the fall by Cliff House, a special-events venue housed in the old wooden church at 610 N. Tyler. Just a quarter mile north of Typo, the city is set to build Dallas’s first traffic circle, as well as a $4 million aquatic complex at Kidd Springs Park.