Things to do for September 19, 2013
Fried Chicken, Cheeseburgers and Imbibing Like Hemingway
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Go North for Pho
Pho: a good thing. More pho: more of a good thing. It’s simple math. And it applies to Pho House, which is opening very soon near the Galleria. Do some shopping, then stop in for steaming-hot bowls of noodle soup, spring rolls and crispy pork belly. Or just skip the shopping entirely.
Channeling Papa at Hôtel St. Germain
Cuba. Now there’s a place that’s tough to visit. Unless you’re content with just dropping by the Hôtel St. Germain. Then it’s easy. See, they’re hosting a Hemingway-in-Cuba dinner. The kind of dinner with rum cocktails and four courses of Delmonico steaks, patatas bravas and pollo aljibe. Which is Spanish for “chicken aljibe.”
Saturday Brings Fried-Chicken Brunch
You’ve probably had a fried-chicken dinner at Sissy’s. Maybe a fried-chicken lunch. But never a fried-chicken brunch. It’s criminal. It’s also not your fault, because brunch launches Saturday. On the menu: crab cake benedict, short rib hash and other weekend AM necessities. Like fried chicken.
What We Have Here Is a Burger Festival
Burgers just never get old. Figuratively speaking. Point is, they’re delicious, and here’s a bunch of them all in one place. It’s called BurgerFest, and it’s coming to Deep Ellum on Saturday. You can expect 20-plus burger purveyors and a beer garden. Chew slowly.
The Best Little Warehaus in Texas
Next week, Warehaus turns one. Naturally, this calls for a celebration. So here’s your celebration. Show up if you’re into things like Larry Gee, Mizzen+Main button-downs and gratis cocktails. So... show up.