Easter: a time of lavish brunches, pastel blazers and, of course, caviar Easter eggs—and we’re hooking you up for 30% off the non-Eastering price. (We’re also filling your Easter basket with booze-infused candy.) Plus: up to 39% off your new spring shirts. (It’s BYO pants.)
Things to do for April 14, 2011
Crawfish, Trolleys and the Biggest Pretzel in Baseball
The weekend is still batting 1.000.
Day Drinking at a Trolley Stop
Where most people see a trolley stop, you see a beer-and-wine-fueled street party—one where you can peruse art and sculpture to the sounds of the Boxcar Bandits. And just your luck: the MAC is hosting such a party this Saturday. Don’t forget to tip your conductor.
For National Record Store Day, you’ll: (1) hire Jack Black to organize your records, and (2) head to Good Records for an all-day music festival with 12 bands, 11 DJs, Taco Joint tacos and Lone Star. Plus, a raffle to win a vintage jukebox. Unfortunately, it doesn’t play MP3s.
Buckets of Beer and Pounds of Crawfish
The crawfish. A mini lobster without that East Coast bias. And Sunday, on the patio of Ten Sports Grill, you’ll get them two pounds at a time, followed by a cold bucket of beers. No, those aren’t available by the pound.
Komali Launches Brunch
At the new joint just off Fitzhugh, you’ve experienced it all: tequila flights, Mexican meatballs and a massive stone chair straight from a Mayan ruin. That is, everything except brunch. That changes this weekend. Your Sundays needed more queso fundido.
The Biggest Pretzel in Baseball
Josh Hamilton. Oof. So let’s switch to a lighter note—well, technically, a heavier note. At Rangers Ballpark, you can order a three-pound pretzel delivered in a large pizza box with three dipping sauces (including nacho cheese). It’s 3,700 calories per serving—your section will love you.