Things to do for April 16, 2015

The Weekender

New Pizza, Nice Suits and Unlimited Crawfish

Weekend like no one’s watching.

Thursday
A Custom-Engraved Bottle of Dom
PERK ALERT

A Custom-Engraved Bottle of Dom

You love your mother. But do you love her enough to get her a bottle of vintage Dom Pérignon champagne or rosé that you’ve had custom engraved with a special, heartfelt message of your choosing for Mother’s Day? There’s only one answer.

There’s a New Pizza in Town
SPIN OFF

There’s a New Pizza in Town

And now, a pizza haiku:

Spin Pizza is here.
With Neapolitan pies.
Dibs on the sausage.

An Evening of Suits and Italian Food
KEN DO

An Evening of Suits and Italian Food

Tonight, try swinging by Ken’s. Because VK Nagrani will be there with some limited-edition suits, coats and shirts for you. Also, you can get a shoeshine, eat some Italian food and drink whiskey. Sounds like a pretty full evening.

Friday
Reasons for Staying Late at the DMA
NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM

Reasons for Staying Late at the DMA

The DMA is staying open until midnight Friday, but don’t worry, they’re giving you plenty to work with. For example: live music, a beer garden and a pop-up Belgian brasserie that’s serving steak tartare and moules-frites. There will probably be some art stuff, too.

Saturday
An All-Day Party at Good Records
FOR THE RECORD

An All-Day Party at Good Records

You know records. They’re like MP3 frisbees. And on Saturday, there’s a party in their honor. Because it’s Record Store Day and Good Records’ 15th anniversary. So stop by for bands, DJs, special-release albums and beer. It all starts at 7am. That seems ambitious.

Apr 18, 7am-midnight, Good Records, 1808 Greenville Ave, 214-752-4663

Sunday
So Much Crawfish Over Here
RAGIN’ CAJUN

So Much Crawfish Over Here

If you happen upon the Foundry and Chicken Scratch this Sunday, well, good happening. Because they’re hosting the most Creole of parties. Think all-you-can-eat crawfish, gumbo and oysters, plus live zydeco music. There will also be beer and whiskey. Not Creole, but still important.

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