Things to do for September 26, 2013

The Weekender

Breaking Bad, Eating Brunch and Burgers in the Park

Every cloud has a silver weekend.

Thursday
Eating Truffle Burgers in the Park
RELISH IT

Eating Truffle Burgers in the Park

Klyde Warren’s got a new burger option. It’s called Relish. Yup, just like the truck, except now it’s a shiny glass kiosk with a walk-up window. And behind that window, they’re making you things like mushroom-truffle burgers. And hot dogs. And custard. And beer. Well, they’re pouring beer.

Saturday
Mercat Is Making Brunch Moves
MERCAT FANCY

Mercat Is Making Brunch Moves

Set your alarm this Saturday, because Mercat is serving brunch now. Which means you’re two days away from sipping Bloody Marys on the patio and eating bacon-laced quiches and fried-quail crepes. Two whole days... It’ll go faster if you don’t think about it.

Saturdays, 9am-2pm, Mercat Bistro, 2501 N Harwood St, 214-953-0917

A Festival for Your Favorite Things
BOURBON RENEWAL

A Festival for Your Favorite Things

Beer. Bourbon. Brisket. Ah yes, your three favorite B words, all coming together on Saturday for some collaborative fest-ing. All you have to do: show up. Eat something smoked. Drink something 90 proof. And then turn toward the stage. Because it’s got live music. Or “bands.” Hey, another B.

Sunday
So Long, Heisenberg
BREAKING POINT

So Long, Heisenberg

It’s been a good run. But alas, this weekend it ends for Walter White and his lovable drug-making antics. So say sayonara Sunday night at the Granada. They’re showing the finale on the big screen and doling out some blue cocktails. We assume you’ll need several.

Sep 29, doors 6pm, show 8pm, Granada Theater, 3524 Greenville Ave, 214-824-9933

Wednesday
An Evening of Tacos and Beer
HOLY UNION

An Evening of Tacos and Beer

Your future is looking very taco heavy. So that’s good news. And it’s because Urban Taco is hosting a taco/beer-pairing fiesta. Deep Ellum’s even breaking out something special: a beer called Holy Mole that’s infused with chilies, chocolate and cola. It’s still beer, though.

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