The summer of Perks continues with: 1) High-tech pants that keep you cool regardless of how hot it gets outside. 2) 30% off a damn good-looking bicycle for cruising around the city (or the beach boardwalk). 3) Everything you need to cook six delicious meals at home. Just add date.
Things to do for June 19, 2014
Crazy Brunching, New Beers and Everything Tiki
He who weekends last weekends longest.
Meet DFW’s Newest Beer
After all these years, beer... it’s still good. So you’ll be happy to know that Fort Worth’s Collective Brewing Project just released their first two beers: Mustache Rye’d (a rye porter) and Pale Galaxy (a session IPA). We count two, two reasons to celebrate.
Get the Door, It’s Pizza and Wings
Here’s good news on the not-leaving-your-house-for-dinner front. Bryan Street Tavern, that East Dallas home of pizza and wings, is now delivering such things straight to your door. Which is mighty convenient. Unless you want Chinese.
Crawfish and Margaritas. Why, Yes.
On Saturday, you could swing through Deep Ellum for three hours of crawfish and beverages, or you could... no, no, let’s see this through. So get to Common Desk and plan to partake in sea creatures, margaritas and champagne. It’s a good plan.
Brunch with a Side of Summer Camp
ZaZa’s infamous Sunday School Brunch is back. And this time around, they’re going with a classic summer camp theme. You know: life vests, whistles, campfires, family-style dishes, champagne bottles, dancing on tables, that type of stuff. Why, what kind of summer camp did you attend?
A Whole Week of Tiki Delights
Texas Tiki Week starts on Tuesday. That’s right: a whole week of rum drinks, luaus and poolside festivities. So check out opening night at Sandbar (volleyball, a DJ, rum...), then spend the majority of your free time engaged in special dinners, cocktail parties and pig roasts. No one said it’d be easy.