Things to do for October 02, 2014

The Weekender

Kitchen LTO, Hitchcock and a Barbecue Fest

Weekends really do come true.

Here’s the New Kitchen LTO

Here’s the New Kitchen LTO

Yesterday, Kitchen LTO closed. But don’t worry, because it reopens tonight. And this time, the rotating pop-up has Blythe Beck (Central 214) in the kitchen. She’s making a lot of Southern things like bacon-cheddar meat loaf, shrimp and grits and duck pot pie. You’ll accept it.

Reopens Oct 2, Kitchen LTO, 3011 Gulden Ln, Ste 108, 214-377-0757

Nice to Meet You, Mr. Reid

Nice to Meet You, Mr. Reid

So, Billy Reid. Makes fine clothes, named a store after himself. And tonight, he’ll be at Neiman Marcus showing off his latest wares. So you can stop by, say hello, touch a blazer and stuff your four-piece-suit concept design sketch into his pocket. Or just shake his hand.

Oct 2, 6:30-8:30pm, The Man’s Store at Neiman Marcus, 8687 N Central Expy, Ste 400, 214-363-8311

A Month Full of Hitchcock

A Month Full of Hitchcock

And so begins the Angelika’s monthlong homage to all things Hitchcock, wherein they offer a gratis outdoor screening of a different movie each Thursday evening. Tonight you’ll gather your chairs, your blankets and your whiskey, and you’ll watch The Birds sans shelter. Good luck out there.

A Barbecue Fest Called Smoked

A Barbecue Fest Called Smoked

Do not be alarmed. All that smoke in Downtown is a good thing. Because Main Street Garden is hosting 16 of the state’s best chefs and pitmasters for a day of barbecue and bands (Bob Schneider, Sarah Jaffe). So make the rounds, sample the bounty and stop holding your breath.

Double Wide Celebrates Itself

Double Wide Celebrates Itself

The following things may or may not occur at Double Wide’s anniversary celebration:
—A cooperative block party with next-door neighbor, Cold Beer Company.
—Burgers, hot dogs and beer.
—Live bands on an outdoor stage.
—People making poor decisions on a mechanical bull.
Okay, you got us. They may.

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