Your Perks: 1) A bottle of Lock Stock & Barrel 13 Year Old Straight Rye Whiskey—arguably the most acclaimed new whiskey on the market. 2) 34% off a brilliantly simple wireless speaker. 3) Really exquisite vintage barware from the golden age of drinking. Your home bar deserves this.
Things to do for March 13, 2014
David Bowie, Rooftop Pubs and Downtown Affogato
South by South Weekend
More Coffee. Never a Bad Thing.
Coffee occasionally comes in handy. Downtown is a place you occasionally find yourself. So, hey, here’s a new café that’s strategically situated right between Campisi’s and the Joule. Drop in when life calls for a cappuccino, affogato, gelato or light sandwich... o.
In Case You Want to Block-Party
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship trophy...
Korean BBQ tacos...
A screening of the 1986 David Bowie classic, Labyrinth...
... are just a few of the things you’ll find tomorrow night at this Arts District block party. Sounds random. Sounds like a plan.
The best way to take in the St. Patrick’s Day parade: from a distance. Thankfully, the Londoner is opening their massive rooftop at 9am on Saturday to provide you with burgers, Irish whiskey and an elevated view of all the action happening below. It’s incredibly considerate of them.
The Sunday after SXSW. Good day to sleep. Better day to eat some brunch, have a Bloody Mary and then power through at the Spillover Music Festival in Deep Ellum. Twenty bands. Three stages. Also, you know, the convenience of being in Dallas and all.
Strangers Say the Darndest Things
Of all the ways to spend your Monday, this one is probably the most uncomfortable. Yup, Oral Fixation is back for another one of those shows where they read true-ish stories—typically of the cringe-worthy variety—submitted by anonymous audience members. Bring a date. Share a story. Remember not to sign it with your name.