Things to do for September 04, 2014

The Weekender

New Sandwiches, New Brewery, Promising Weekend

Any resemblance to actual weekends is purely coincidental.

Thursday
Urban Acres Made You a Sandwich
THE GOOD ’WICH

Urban Acres Made You a Sandwich

Breakfast tacos and sandwiches. We could pen a love letter on the subject. But instead, we’ll just tell you that Urban Acres is now serving up fresh breakfast tacos, pulled-pork sandwiches and grilled cheese with apricot-jalapeño jam. So prepare to spend more time there.

Now open, Urban Acres, 1605 N Beckley Ave, 214-466-1260

Next Door to Anvil: More Anvil.
EXTRA, EXTRA

Next Door to Anvil: More Anvil.

If Anvil Pub is good, then more Anvil Pub is better. Yep, that’s how that works. So you’ll be happy to know that they’ve converted the empty space next door into 1,500 extra square feet of prime beer-drinking real estate. Which is the best kind of real estate.

Now open, Anvil Pub, 2638 Elm St, 214-741-1271

The Farmers’ Market Is Better Now
MARKET REPORT

The Farmers’ Market Is Better Now

Lots of changes happening at the farmers’ market these days. Take the Shed, for example. It’s a new open-air... shed with 150-plus vendor stalls. You’ve got your produce guys, sure. But also, you can score things like coffee, juice, wine and cheese. Sounds like a full day.

Friday
It’s Beer. It’s Ice Cream. It’s Both.
SCOOP DREAMS

It’s Beer. It’s Ice Cream. It’s Both.

Beer is great. No reason to change beer. But slipping it into some ice cream... hey, that seems like a good move. And that’s what’s happening at Dallas Beer Kitchen now, starting with an orange-zest-and-honey number made with Revolver’s Blood & Honey. Better call a cab.

Saturday
Meet Keller’s New Brewery
LEND ME YOUR BEERS

Meet Keller’s New Brewery

There’s a new brewery in town. Actually, it’s in Keller, which... technically is a town. It’s just opened for tours and tastings, so swing by to learn about their fire-brewing process, then stick around to sample the goods. An IPA, a chocolate stout, the All American Blonde. That last one’s still a beer.

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