Tipsy Tuesday: Dallas Booze News July 15-19th

If you were one of the individuals at Bastille on Bishop that kept your wine glass anxiously strapped to your hand, or if you enjoyed one glass too many in honor of the French Revolution, then I would say job well done. Though you didn’t let those Monday Blues get you down, you’re probably one […]

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More North Texas Taco Events to Put on Your Calendar

I’m sorry to be the bearer of more bad news, but the North Texas Taco Festival, put on by Rich Vana and José Ralat-Maldonado of Taco Trail, is (for now) terminado. There won’t be another street-wide bash this year. Its first and last year in Deep Ellum proved to be an exciting one, but the whole shebang took way too much time to produce.

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Tickets on Sale for ‘A Community Cooks’ at WE Over Me Farm

Guys, I can almost smell spring in the air. And that means ‘A Community Cooks’ at Paul Quinn College Farm is happening soon. Every year, the football-field-turned-farm transforms into a beautiful backdrop for one of the most delightful dinners of the season. Honestly, it’s gorgeous and you won’t want to miss it.

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Bits & Bites: Things to Do and Chew This Weekend, Dec. 13-15

Despite this cold and rainy weather, there are a ton of fun things happening this weekend. I know y’all want to snuggle indoors, but push that thought to the back of your head. Ignore those voices. Go out. Drive at a normal speed on North Central Expressway. (All you people clogging up the highways during traffic hour, I shake my fist at you.) YOLO, baby.

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Bits & Bites: Things to Do and Chew in Dallas This Weekend

Well, Fair Park Holiday has been cancelled, and I’m pretty sure the rest of Dallas is on hiatus for now.

This ice storm is putting a kink in our weekend plans, isn’t it? But at least we have our internet and heaters. (To the 200,000 people out there without power, I feel for you. Stay warm. Hug other bodies.)

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Bits & Bites: Things to Do and Chew in Dallas, Nov. 22-24

The weather is pretty gloomy today, isn’t it? I guess it’s fitting, considering the events that this date recalls. Most people focus on the sadness surrounding this day, but what we tend to forget is that Dallas was still an active city, even during those tough times. I’m sure they had plenty of things that […]

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Bits & Bites: Things To Do and Chew in Dallas Nov. 1-3

Halloween season has officially ended. That means a couple of things: all of the candy at the grocery store is on sale, and Christmas season has unofficially begun. Yes, Thanksgiving may be the weathered bastion of proper holiday observance, but it doesn’t sell Kias or iPads. While we wait for the inevitable breakdancing Santa to […]

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Bits & Bites, Things to Do and Chew in Dallas, Oct. 18-20

There’s lots of stuff to do this weekend. More importantly—there’s lots of stuff to EAT this weekend. Whether you’re a sausage freak or a veg-head, there’s a place for you. Gather up the family (yes, even Fido), and enjoy a festival or two. There are more than plenty to choose from. FRIDAY The Bloomin’ Bluegrass […]

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Bits & Bites: Things to Do and Chew in Dallas, Oct. 11-13

This weekend’s events definitely have a Fort Worth vibe around them. There’s plenty of stuff around town, too, so don’t feel pressured to travel to have a good time. It is, however, highly recommended. Fingers are crossed that the weather doesn’t throw a kink in your plans. Check out everything that’s happening below. FRIDAY Panther […]

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