Things to do for July 26, 2012

The Weekender

Batman by the Pool and Haircuts in a Bar

Mark Spitz never medaled in the weekend.

Thursday
Twice the Bars at Mi Piaci
DOUBLE IMPACT

Twice the Bars at Mi Piaci

The old Mi Piaci is gone. Dead. The new Mi Piaci, well, it opens today. And it has 200% more bars than before. Bar one: Enoteca, your wine-pouring date spot. Bar two: Luna Lounge. It’s got loud music and cushy banquettes. Presumably for lounging.

Reopens Jul 26, Mi Piaci, 14854 Montfort Dr, 972-934-8424

Friday
A Poolside Viewing of The Dark Knight
JOKER’S WILD

A Poolside Viewing of The Dark Knight

The Anatole’s screening Batman on Friday. No, not the new one. Its predecessor. The Dark Knight. Which, as you know: still very cool. So grab a seat poolside, order a drink and relax. Then, unrelax. Because this movie’s intense.

Saturday
A Pop-Up Barbershop at the Ice House
A LITTLE OFF THE TOP

A Pop-Up Barbershop at the Ice House

You could use a haircut. Also, a frozen margarita. The fix: swing by Katy Trail Ice House on Saturday. The gent from Hair by Charlie will be giving trims and shaves out on the bar’s patio. All proceeds go to charity. So splurge. Get two haircuts. Or two margaritas.

Vino 100 Turns Seven
SEVEN UP

Vino 100 Turns Seven

Saturday, Vino 100 turns seven. And the wine bar’s celebrating with, you guessed it: barbecue... Oh, and wine. Live music, too, from the Rich McClure band. Reserve a spot, prepare a toast and bring a gift. Or just attend. That’s a gift in and of itself.

Jul 28, 4-7pm, $45, Vino 100, 2909 McKinney Ave, reserve at 214-969-9463

Monday
Gin Mill’s Having a Patio Party
ON DECK

Gin Mill’s Having a Patio Party

Monday night. You’ve got options. Most of them involve watching high dive on your couch. One of them involves DJ-fueled alfresco drinking. Yes, the Gin Mill is hosting a weekly school-night party on their patio. You should totally go to this. And totally DVR the Olympics.

Mondays, 10pm, The Gin Mill, 1921 N Henderson Ave, 214-824-3343

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