Things to do for September 16, 2010

The Weekender

Beers for a Quarter, Half-Price Pizza and a Walk of Shame

The weekend is confirmed. Touchdown.

Beers for a Quarter

Beers for a Quarter

We know a place where, for one night only, a beer will cost you one American quarter. Quarter Bar is offering domestic draft beers for 25 cents until midnight tonight (or until they run out). You’ve always wanted to make it rain nickels...

Sep 16, 4pm-midnight, Quarter Bar, 3301 McKinney Ave, 214-754-4940

Introducing the Un-Office Party

Introducing the Un-Office Party

Attention fans of going Michael Bolton on copy machines: Double Wide is throwing an anti-office party tonight with live music, adult snow cones and a graffiti art show where the canvas is vintage office furniture. There will also be office furniture for sale, in case you need a new lime green steno chair.

Sep 16, 6-9pm, no cost, Double Wide, 3510 Commerce St, 214-887-6510

Free Cocktails at Lotus

Free Cocktails at Lotus

Tomorrow, Lotus is offering you free vodka cocktails for two hours. (In case you care, the reason has something to do with an anniversary.) That’s right: two hours, free drinks. It may be time to introduce the triple fist.

Sep 17, 9-11pm, Lotus, 2900 McKinney Ave, 214-298-3836

Meet the Hangover Brunch

Meet the Hangover Brunch

Sundays can be less than awesome: headaches, lost cell phones, fumbles that lead to touchdowns. To awesome-ize them, Horne & Dekker has invented the Hangover Brunch, which entails limitless mimosas, Hangover Eggs (scrambled with bacon, chorizo, peppers) and a drink called the Walk of Shame. Which would be your first.

Sundays, 11am-3pm, Horne & Dekker, 2323 N Henderson Ave, 214-821-9333

Half-Off Pizza on Mondays

Half-Off Pizza on Mondays

To complement the soothing sounds emanating from Mike Tirico’s vocal chords, State & Allen is offering you half-price pizzas every Monday night as long as you dine in. Order the ham and pineapple pizza and take a bite every time someone says “wildcat.”

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