'Local market' cuisine shines at Oak Cliff's critically acclaimed cafe

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The "slow food" movement — that champions using organic produce and meats from local providers — has a shining example in Bolsa. Chef Graham Dodds has experience cooking all over the globe, and his expertise shows. He is a maestro of seemingly simple yet deliciously complex dishes like bruschetta, flatbreads, and stews. It's all served up in a renovated 1940s garage, a hip, casual place that perfectly captures the artsy Oak Cliff vibe.

Located on Davis Street just west of the Bishop Arts District, Bolsa has evolved into a community-centered, one of a kind experience in the heart of this bohemian neighborhood. Stop by earlier in the day for a bruschetta tasting or stop by later for some serious cocktails. It's always a good time to be at Bolsa. 

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