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Things to do for January 10, 2013
John, Paul, George and... a Silly Amount of Pancakes
Live long and weekend.
Dallas’s First Rag & Bone
Good news, there’s now a Rag & Bone in Dallas. Yup, it just opened in Highland Park Village. The clothes are women’s-only, but the store’s equipped with a Mac station, so guys can browse for some button-downs and shawl pullovers online. Or check email.
Stampede 66 Opens for Lunch
Those brisket tacos and bowls of chili at Stampede 66: good stuff. Great for dinner. Probably great for lunch, too. And hey, now you’ll know, because this place just opened its doors for daytime eating. And daytime margarita drinking, but that probably goes without saying.
How Hypnotic Donuts Does Breakfast
When you think breakfast, you think eggs. And that’s fine. Eggs are great. But... they’re getting a little old. So here to help: Hypnotic Donuts. Their latest morning fuel is a biscuit (made with beer, naturally) stuffed with fried chicken, cheese, bacon and a hazelnut-chocolate spread. Breakfasts don’t come more balanced than that.
All-You-Can-Eat Pancakes in Deep Ellum
Pancakes and booze... a natural pairing. But throw in some art and, well, now you’ve got a party. It’s happening Friday in Deep Ellum. Fifty local artists will display their wares as you sip gin and tonics and go crazy on an all-you-can-eat pancake buffet. There’s no gin buffet, however.
Sorta Seeing the Beatles in Lakewood
In 1964, the Beatles came to America, playing 32 shows in 31 days. (Real go-getters, those Liverpool lads.) And this weekend, that fateful tour’s premiering in documentary form at the Lakewood Theater. Expect all kinds of behind-the-scenes footage, plus some popcorn and whiskey. Well, those last two are technically in the lobby.