The Weekender

The Weekender

Balcony Lunching and Beer for Breakfast

Fall seven times, weekend eight.

Thursday
Hi. Here’s a Foie Gras PB&J.
COUP DE GRAS

Hi. Here’s a Foie Gras PB&J.

Meet the Foie Gras PB&J. It’s new at Max’s Wine Dive. It’s a hoagie filled with peanut butter, strawberry-jalapeño jam and foie gras torchon. It’s then slathered in foie gras butter and baked until crispy. It tastes like childhood. Maybe. If you’re French.

The Woolworth Gets a Balcony
FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH

The Woolworth Gets a Balcony

You know the Woolworth. It’s that second-story downtown bar without a balcony. That... was correct last week. But this week, no. Because they just opened a fine balcony you can visit for eating and drinking and views and sunshine. Disregard if a vampire.

Now open for lunch, opens Friday for dinner, The Woolworth, 1520 Elm St, 214-814-0588

Friday
Three Days of Art, Music and Drinks
GOING DEEP

Three Days of Art, Music and Drinks

The Deep Ellum Arts Festival is back. This year they’re taking over six blocks and filling them with 100 bands on five stages, plus visual arts, street performances, concession stands, a restaurant village and plenty to drink. That’s why it’s three days, you see.

Saturday
First, a Beer Breakfast. Then Another.
BREAKFAST CLUB

First, a Beer Breakfast. Then Another.

Saturday: Meddlesome Moth is hosting a beer breakfast with Jester King Brewery. That means four courses of beers paired with unusual morning foods (Japanese omelets, pastrami biscuits).
Sunday: LUCK is teaming up with Glazed Donut Works for a beer-and-donut flight.
Monday: You rest.

It’s a Taproom Party at Lakewood
ON TAP

It’s a Taproom Party at Lakewood

Four observations:

1. Lakewood Brewing Co. is expanding their space and opening a taproom.
2. There you can drink 16 taps’ worth of year-round beers and special releases.
3. It all begins Saturday.
4. Waiting is hard.

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