Photos: 8 Dallas neighborhoods pop up at Klyde Warren Park for Kwestival
On April 23, Klyde Warren Park became a playground. Well, it's usually a playground, but during Kwestival, more than a dozen Dallas neighborhoods offered something new to try out.
Utilizing the smartphone app Kwest, which offers short, guided tours through Dallas, attendees of the free fest scoured pop-up shops in each of the city's neighborhoods, set up in Klyde Warren. New food, drinks and art were scattered around the "city," from The Porch and Hibiscus in Knox Henderson, to the spice bars of Deep Ellum and kombucha in the Design District. The event was organized as a joint effort between Kwest and event company Three Twelve Co.
Kwestival was a chance for people to explore all the best in Dallas, and it was a heck of a lot of fun.
The Downtown neighborhood offered cool clothes and other wares from places like Wheron and more.
Want some cold-pressed juice? Never heard of cold-pressed juice? Well, the Design District was the place to be then. You could also get your hair braided. Not a bad combination.
Ooh, spicy! Deep Ellum offered some travel-sized spice kits for sale.
Prints, pastries and personalization, oh my! The Lakewood neighborhood got a bit creative, with pop-up stores selling special art prints, blowtorched marshmallows and more.
Food. Food. Food. The Porch and Hibiscus brought the chefs and the treats to Klyde Warren for some tasty samples.
At the Park Cities stop, you could grab some fresh bread from Empire Baking or shop the clothesline at a few neat places.
What time is it? Well, it was West Village time as Matters showed off some cool new watches and summer tops were the rage at the clothing shops.
And who could forget Oak Cliff, who brought Emporium Pies and some colorful macarons to the mix?