Start brainstorming jellyfish names... because we’re sending you three pet jellyfish, all of their necessities and an aquarium that doubles as an art installation. Plus, two exclusives from SF: handmade leather belts from Taylor Stitch and spring-worthy shirts and shorts from Welcome Stranger. Stay handsome...
Things to do for March 15, 2012
A Bar with 50 Beers on Tap
The weekend is a sleeper to win it all.
50 Beers on Tap. Also: Ping-Pong.
In a faraway land—call it Denton—one brilliant man overhauled the third-oldest house into a new neighborhood bar. There, you’ll find 50 draft brews and a backyard filled with ping-pong tables and an oversized Jenga game. Wait till you see what they do with the second-oldest house...
Hot Dogs. 600 Kegs. St. Pat’s. Go...
St. Paddy’s Day rule #346: watch the Greenville parade with no fewer than 600 keg options at your disposal. To help: Parkit Market, whose parking lot will host a parade watch party with a DJ, Nathan’s hot dogs and an abundance of beer. Spoiler alert: some of it may be green.
The Mason Bar Launches Brunch
Your favorite Masonic lodge turned tavern is breaking out brunch. The main attractions: Ancho Pork Benedict and the Mason Omelet (made with Tom Spicer’s spinach and wild mushrooms). For an encore: bottomless mimosas for 10 bucks. The encore’s encore: possibly a nap.
Two great tastes that (maybe) taste great together: rodeo and rap. The innovators at Mesquite Arena are bringing you an intimate evening of calf roping, bull riding and a performance from Juvenile. And yes, it just might be his first rodeo.
You remember it like it was yesterday: the food, the wine, the... not being able to see. Well, Opaque’s Dining in the Dark is back—four mystery courses (with wine) in total darkness. And starting today you can make a reservation. Maybe have your date over for some practice.