This year, you’re getting the most prized breed of turkeys—a USDA Grade A, all-natural beauty from Robinson’s—delivered, for 30% off. And since you’ll need something to carve it with, we’re getting you up to 64% off the sharpest knives on earth. And, not Thanksgiving-y, but still: some handsome, exclusive vintage furniture.
Things to do for November 01, 2012
Thai Curry, Burger Trucks and the Birth of a ’Stache
The weekend always comes down inbounds.
Your Mustache Starts Here
Today, it begins. Yes, the dawn of your glorious mustache. And here to help: local Movember initiative Dallas Moustache. They’re hosting a kickoff party at Tried and True. Expect beer and whiskey specials. Plus, loads of moral support. Your Selleck wasn’t built in a day.
Custom Suits in the West Village
Here’s the thing about Q Custom bespoke shoes and handmade wool suits: they look great. They feel great. And... they’re now capable of being in two places at once. See, they’ve got a second shop now. In the West Village. So stop by. Say hello. Get an inseam measured or something.
Seasons 52 Comes to North Park
You’re into fresh food. Seasonal, too. So here’s something you’d probably be into: Seasons 52. They just opened at North Park. They serve things like flatbreads, roasted pork and cedar-plank salmon. Also, everything they cook is under 500 calories. And we know how important that is to you.
Now Hamburgers Have a Food Truck
There’s a new park in Downtown. Pretty big deal. Definitely calls for celebration. Maybe something burger-related. On that note, there’s also a new food truck in that park in Downtown. It’s named Relish and it serves burgers. Talk about fortuitous.
They Make Curry, You Bring Beer
If you think you may find yourself on Oak Lawn this weekend and in the mood for Thai, there’s someone you need to meet. The name: Si Lom. They’ve got noodles, curries, Tom Kha soup... and no liquor license yet. Which means BYOB. And also, liquor licenses take time.