Things to do for March 25, 2011
Sake, Pinball and a Chili Cook-Off
The weekend put you on the list.
Late-Night Pizza in Deep Ellum
We have a prediction. Sometime soon, maybe even tonight, the bars will close and you’ll be craving one thing: pizza. Conveniently, Deep Ellum is home to a new slice spot, open until 3am. They also serve 30-inch pies in case you need breakfast too.
Okay, it’s in Grapevine, but maybe this will persuade you: 10,000 square feet of pinball machines and classic arcade games at the Hilton convention center. And if not, maybe this will: you can compete for the Texas State Pinball Championship. The trophy will look great next to your Heisman.
A Chili Cook-Off in a Beer Garden
At the Ginger Man, 20 teams of chili experts will be preparing bowls just for you (and the judges) in the urban beer garden. The free tasting doesn’t start until 2pm, but they’ll have a covers band on hand to warm you up. You always pre-chili to “Start Me Up.”
Sipping Sake on a Downtown Rooftop
It’s official. And we double-checked your calendar. It’s rooftop season. So the members-only rooftop at Tei-An is opening up their downtown view with a sake tasting this Saturday. Feel free to wear your Members Only jacket.
$5 Tuesdays in One Arts Plaza
You always need options. That’s why you wear a tux under your workout clothes. And that’s why on Tuesday you’ll head to One Arts Plaza, where every restaurant’s offering $5 cocktail and food specials—think lobster ragu at Fedora, chorizo chimichangas with queso at Jorge’s. No commitment required.