Today, Perks is turning your attention to the all-suite-wonderlands known as The Venetian and The Palazzo. We’re bringing you UD-exclusive rates, automatic suite upgrades if available and two-for-one specialty cocktails. You just have to decide which exclusive package you want... Decisions, decisions.
Things to do for March 31, 2011
Margarita Popsicles, Cookies and J.R. Ewing
The weekend had VCU in the Final Four.
Uptown’s New Cookie Shop
We know exactly what you need. A secluded bungalow off the Gulf. But for now, you’ll take a cookie. Which brings us to Great One Cookie, a new Uptown spot offering three options: chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin and white chocolate macadamia cranberry. Now about that bungalow...
It’s Arrived: Dinner at Oddfellows
It’s finally here. Dinner. At Oddfellows. The Bishop Arts brunch spot is rolling out fried chicken, burgers, black beans and rice, and... actually, that’s all. The $15,000 espresso machine will be up and running, too. Lattes go great with drumsticks.
A Mexican Joint near a Tortilla Factory
For the past 87 years, Luna’s tortilla factory has been slinging their homemade wares all over Dallas—from Fearing’s to the Mansion. But starting Friday, they’re rolling out their own little Mexican joint and serving up the family’s secret recipes. Hint: they involve ribs and—you guessed it—tortillas.
Cocktails, a Runway and an After-Party
We checked your calendar—you’re busy this Saturday. But we think you can fit this in. It involves gratis cocktails, a penthouse club and runway models at the Dallas Contemporary. Oh, and an after-party at Ghostbar. And like that, your calendar is clear...
A Patio Soiree and Adult Popsicles
Urban Taco’s hosting its annual patio unveiling party, with a live mariachi band, complimentary tequila tastings, rollito de rib eyes and the aforementioned margarita popsicles. If you’re not excited by now, we really can’t help you.
Watching <em>Dallas</em> with the Cast of <em>Dallas</em>
The time has finally arrived. TNT is remaking Dallas—we know, we’re emotional, too—so the Texas Theatre’s screening two episodes every Sunday until every season has been shown. Some of the old cast will be stopping by, so save a seat for Sue Ellen.