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Things to do for June 16, 2011
BBQ, a Massage and Your New Brunch Spot
The weekend rode with Cuban in the parade.
Watching <i>Harold and Maude</i> Poolside
Dinner and a movie: strong. Cannonballs and Harold and Maude: very strong. The Belmont’s rolling out their poolside movie series tonight with the classic love story of a young man and an 80-year-old woman. Order up an icy martini, and enjoy the downtown view from the water. BYO beach ball.
Pecan Lodge’s New BBQ Smoker
Barbecue. As a Texan... No, as an American... Nay, as a human, you have a right to enjoy it wherever you go. And now, after two long months, it has returned to the Dallas Farmers Market, thanks to Pecan Lodge’s new smoker. You know your rights.
Steak and Eggs on Top of a Marquee
Something about eating on top of a marquee just feels cinematic. Mostly because you’re literally on top of a movie theater. Anyway, your newest supporting player: bacon and waffles with a Bloody Mary, courtesy of Marquee’s new brunch. Nothing fuels a double feature like a side of Jack Cheese Grits.
Father’s Day with Scotch and a Massage
The tie. The coffee mug. The Larry O’Brien Trophy. Yep, you’ve gotten your pops everything. This year, switch it up with an 80-minute deep tissue massage, a 60-minute men’s facial, a spa manicure and a flight of single malt scotches. As a final gift: never mention the manicure again.
Dinner at Norma’s for Less than $2
Three words: chicken-fried steak. Actually, three more words: under two dollars. The occasion: dear old Norma’s 55th birthday. Feel free to put some candles in your steak.