Things to do for December 01, 2011
Models, Prohibition and Tacos
The weekend dreams in Spanish with English subtitles.
Half-Price Flatbreads on Henderson
This December, you’ll be doing a lot of giving—hey, bartending robots don’t wrap themselves. So the guys at Horne & Dekker are rewarding you with half off all their flatbreads every Thursday, including thin pies with anything from chorizo to shredded duck. Duck is the new pepperoni.
A Taco Truck Invades Dallas
Today, we’re talking about another food truck that serves, you guessed it, tacos. This thing—known as Rock and Roll Tacos—will be parking its kitchen on wheels in Dallas this Friday. Track them on Facebook. Or listen carefully for the strains of “Stairway to Heaven.”
78-Cent Cocktails at Victor Tangos
Prohibition ended just the other day. (Correction: 78 years ago this weekend.) Regardless, you’re still happy about its demise, so Victor Tangos is serving up Sazeracs, Old Fashioneds and Dark and Stormys for 78 cents. We assume the attire is bootlegger-formal.
This Saturday, the Dallas Contemporary’s hosting an evening of art-fueled debauchery. You’ll start at the open bar as you take in a fashion show with local women’s designers. Then the DJ will take over, and break-dancers will start performing. We’re putting you on sculpture-guarding duty.