LIVE IN A COMMUNITY FULL OF CHARACTER
If you are tired of the cookie-cutter chain stores and restaurants that define other parts of Dallas, The Cedars may be just the place for you. The neighborhood is full of well-loved, locally owned shops, restaurants, bars and studios, as well as boutique hotels and workspaces. Neighbors know each other, and they are out walking their dogs, perhaps on their way to the Southside Bark Park, or to sit and have a beer at one of the dog-friendly beer gardens. There is an active neighborhood association that hosts art walks for local artists, as well as other events. There is variety in the types of local businesses you will find within walking distance of 1805 Browder Street. Here are a few of our favorites:
Walking distance..500 feet!!! "From the creators of Dallas' iconic bar, Lee Harvey’s, comes a private social swim club, featuring a full bar and a creative, fresh summer menu. All food and beverages are served poolside or at our tables."
4.4star rated BBQ just 500 feet away from your front door. Forget Door dash - you can have BBQ in minutes. "Our journey started in Tennessee, the heart of heat, meat and blues. Raised with Memphis on the mind and an itch for the road in the soul, our recipes were created somewhere between home & Dallas. Taking a bit from the past and the present, we merged the two king cities of barbecue to make something all our own."
A pool, BBQ, so why not your morning coffee just a 500-foot walk away, too? "Made from lovely beans, grown in the best coffee growing regions of the world. Our mission here at Full City Rooster is to encourage you to treat yourself to the most freshly roasted coffee, and to experience the variety of tastes available."
South Side Ballroom hosts great music events just a 5-min drive from 1805 Browder. "Gilley’s Dallas offers 7 venues available for rental with a multitude of options for customizing your events, ranging from catering to decor and more! In addition, pool tables, games, and mechanical bulls are just a few of the amenities available for use."
Just a short 10-minute drive from 1805 Browder., Bonton Farms is an amazing organization that strives to build up this community. "Just like seeds, people need the right nutrients to grow to their full potential. That’s why we’ve created programs that holistically lift up this community by addressing health, wellness, and housing challenges...Grab a hot meal, take a cooking class and shop for fresh produce and grocery essentials at our Market in the heart of Bonton."
You can step back in time and forget you are right downtown at Old City Park, Dallas’ first and oldest park, just a half mile away. You can stroll through the beautiful park and enjoy nature or walk the streets of Heritage Village to experience Texas life in the 1800’s. USA Today says, “This living history village, located in one of the city's oldest parks on the southeastern edge of downtown-- allows visitors to experience what life was like in North Texas during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The village is comprised of thirty-eight restored and fully furnished buildings, some of which include a log cabin, a Greek Revival style mansion, a school house, a shotgun house and a farmstead. Kids will especially like the general store where they can weigh products, wrap up merchandise and sit around an old stove playing a game of checkers. Adding to the atmosphere are costumed docents, live farm animals and a host of recurring events, ranging from mock gunfights to historical reenactments.”
The Cedars’ newest brewpub is also the closest one to 1805 Browder, at just under two blocks. No Uber required. According to Culture Map, “Autonomous, which is a long name for a brewpub, is the brainchild of Dean Weaver, a home brewer for more than 30 years who has earned accolades and awards for his brand, called Deanitude, which makes mostly European-inspired beers such as pilsners, saisons, IPAs, and porters. The brewpub is an outgrowth of that venture and will create a place where beer fans can enjoy his beers as well as those from other craft brewers, along with some bites.
Other points of interest...
Four Corners Brewing Company – 0.4 miles
Off the Bone Barbeque – 0.4 miles
Voltage After Hours Nightclub – 0.5 miles
Cedars Station (Dart/TRE) – 0.5 miles
Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center – 0.8 miles
Dallas Farmer’s Market – 0.9 miles (Farmer’s Market + Multiple Restaurants and Bars)
Alamo Drafthouse – 0.9 miles (Movies, Food and Drink)
AT&T Discovery District – 1.3 miles (Multiple Restaurants and Bars, Jaxson Beer Garden)
Deep Ellum – 1.5 miles (Entertainment, Multiple Restaurants and Bars)
Reunion Tower – 1.6 miles
Arts District/Klyde Warren Park – 1.7 miles (Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Multiple Restaurants and Bars)
Dealey Plaza/Sixth Floor Museum – 1.7 miles (JFK History and Exhibits)
West End– 1.7 miles (Multiple Restaurants and Bars)
American Airlines Center/Victory Park – 2.5 miles (Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, Entertainment, Concerts and Sporting Events, Multiple Restaurants and Bars)
Dos Equis Pavillion/Fair Park/Cotton Bowl – 3.2 miles (Texas State Fair, Broadway Shows, Entertainment, Concerts and Sporting Events)
Bishop Arts District – 3.3 miles (Entertainment, Unique Shops, Multiple Restaurants and Bars)