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Living in Oak Lawn, Dallas

By: Sania Tran
June 18, 2019

Oak Lawn has represented meaningful “counterculture” of Dallas since the 1960’s. This makes for a fascinating, unique scene, since the neighborhood is populated by young professionals and hippie representatives of the older generation.

Neighborhood Guide to Oak Lawn

If you’re into lush grasslands, oak trees, and gorgeous waterfronts, then you’ll find yourself at home at Reverchon Park, located in this Oak Lawn neighborhood. Now, this doesn’t mean that there aren’t other forms of entertainment here. Oak Lawn has a fun nightlife scene as well, so enjoy the town all around and to learn about it, read our neighborhood guide to Oak Lawn.

Things to do in Oak Lawn

If Reverchon Park mentioned above is not enough to satisfy your nature cravings, take a stroll in the Turtle Creek Park. Once you’ve done your fair share of exploring the greenery, check out what the nightlife in Oak Lawn has to offer in our guide on things to do.

Where to eat and drink in Oak Lawn

Oak Lawn offers some of Dallas’ most versatile eateries and bars. Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or neither, Parigi has something for everyone. If you’re looking for a stellar steak, then Nick & Sam’s is your place to be. For more recommendations, check out our list of favorite places to eat and drink are in Oak Lawn, Dallas.

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Sania is a content manager and contributing author at Apartment List. Sania previously worked in marketing at Habitat for Humanity and Samsung Electronics. Read More
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