By the power of Perks, you’re getting nearly 100 bucks off a seven-speed bicycle that folds up in 10 seconds flat. Not to mention some Tom Colicchio–approved Israeli caviar only available twice yearly, along with 20% off a Wired-magazine-approved wireless speaker. Let the “Dancing in September” playlists commence.
Things to do for September 05, 2013
Tony Romo, 200 Beers and a WWII Plane
The weekend is challenging the ruling on the field.
The Intersection of Tacos and Beer
If there were a magical locale filled with tacos and beer, we’d tell you about it. Hey: magical locale filled with tacos and beer. It’s called TacoCon, and it’s putting a bunch of meat-and-tortilla wizards in one place. That place: a brewery. The news just keeps getting better.
Candleroom Turns 10. Have a Drink.
On Friday, Candleroom turns 10. (We agree... doesn’t look a day over seven.) Anyway, they’re throwing a party. And you may notice they’ve made some updates. New booths. New sound system. New lighting. Take it all in. Nice. Then, quit staring and grab some champagne. Looks aren’t everything.
Helmet: check. Goggles: check. Red scarf: optional, but check. Good, now you’re all set to ride shotgun in an old warplane. Like a B-24. You can do that this weekend at the Cavanaugh Flight Museum’s Fall Fly Days event. The pilot does the hard work. You make the machine-gun sounds.
A Saturday That’s Not Short on Beers
There’s a big beer fest at Gilley’s this weekend. It’s called Untapped, and it’s bringing you bands (Delta Spirit, Freelance Whales) and edible things (sliders, Korean tacos). Oh, and beers. Like, 200 beers. From 60 breweries. Which are numbers you can get behind.
A Cowboys Watch Party at Pour House
The Cowboys’ season begins this Sunday. Playing the Giants. Both teams are undefeated, so it should be a good one. Now, you could watch at home, but Pour House Dallas has brats, burgers and beer specials. Plus more TVs than you’ve got. Unless you live at a Best Buy or something.