Bits & Bites: Things to Do and Chew in Dallas

Friday, Mar. 2

Bridge-o-Rama. The name of this event really kills me. Regardless, dining options include the usual suspects (Meddlesome Moth, Smoke) as well as some restaurants popping up for the special occasion.

Wine to Water at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center. Share the Love hosts this vino-tasting fundraiser for a water well drilling expedition to Central America in March led by members of the OC community.

Saturday, Mar. 3

Banana Bar Crawl at St. Johns Wood. Guess what I won’t be doing this weekend.  It starts at 8 p.m. You have to wear a banana suit, and no, a yellow cardigan doesn’t freaking count.

Bridge-o-Rama. The name of this event really kills me. Regardless, dining options include the usual suspects (Meddlesome Moth, Smoke) and well as some restaurants popping up for the special occasion. Don’t miss the Relatives, West Dallas’ own musical legends, live on the World Music Stage.

Campo Modern Country Bistro is officially open for brunch (Saturdays and Sundays only, 10 am-2 pm.)

Faith, Hope, and Charity Gala at the Hilton Southlake. I mention this not only because it’s a fancy dinner, but because it benefits the Greyhound Adoption League of Texas. These lovable retired race dogs need all the help they can get.

Barbecue and Beer at the Texas Theatre. This documentary double feature is all about meat (Barbecue: A Texas Love Story) and beer (Something’s Brewin’ In Shiner). Plus, ice-cold $3 Shiners.

Sunday, Mar. 4

Bridge-o-Rama. The name of this event really kills me. Regardless, dining options include the usual suspects (Meddlesome Moth, Smoke) and well as some restaurants popping up for the special occasion.

Promise of Peace Benefit Brunch at Sundown at the Granada. Taste-drive Sundown’s new brunch items for a good cause.

Monday, Mar. 5

Barbecue and Beer at the Texas Theatre. This documentary double feature is all about meat (Barbecue: A Texas Love Story) and beer (Something’s Brewin’ In Shiner). Plus, ice-cold $3 Shiners.

Local Brewery Beer Dinner at the Common Table. Featuring Deep Ellum Brewing Company, Franconia Brewing Co, Lakewood Brewing Co, Rahr & Sons Brewing Co, and Peticolas Brewing Co. $65/person.

2 comments on “Bits & Bites: Things to Do and Chew in Dallas

  1. Looking for great food and wine on Sunday? Come to the annual Raiser Grazer, presented by the Dallas Chapter of Les Dames d’Escofier. Tickets are only $50 each and available at the door or online at LDEDallas.org. Member chefs, purveyors, and winemakers will offer samplings. Silent auction of “foodie” items. It’s from 5 – 8 at Union Station and proceeds benefits scholarships for women interested in the food, wine, and hospitality industries along with community educational programs centered around nutrition.