What is the most iconic landmark in Oak Cliff?

Advocate columnist Gayla Kokel is taking an accounting of our neighborhood’s landmarks. In her June “Back Story” column, Kokel points to “Sonny the Steer” (who knew he had a name?) atop Charco Broiler, as well as the Ravens Pharmacy sign, the Texas Theatre sign, Sunset High School and Top Ten Records.

There are so many good ones that Kokel is planning to revisit the topic of neighborhood landmarks in her July column. So which Oak Cliff landmark is the most iconic?


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  • Billmelton37

    Either the Texas Theater or Wynnewood Village Shopping Center

  • Markblairw

    Bishop Arts District sign

  • dallaschas

    Lake Cliff Tower

  • Bosscruiser

    I would say the original Houston Street/Oak Cliff Bridge opened 100 years ago

  • LG-A

    Tyler Street United Methodist Church

  • Schase

    The Texas Theater

  • Je

    I would say the MHH bridge