Your Perks: 1) A curated selection of the 20th century’s most iconic timepieces. And by that we mean Rolex, Cartier and the like. 2) A personally engraved bottle of Kentucky bourbon. “Happy Father’s Day” —You. 3) Enough Hugo Boss polos to kill a man. Kidding. Polos are generally nonviolent.
Things to do for June 04, 2015
A Crawfish Boil and Competitive Twister
If the weekend is wrong, I don’t want to be right.
Kitchen LTO Goes Modern Mexican
The latest revamp at Kitchen LTO will affect you in the following ways:
1. You’ll eat modern Mexican dinners like chicken mole, snapper ceviche and crab-stuffed enchiladas.
2. You’ll drink a tequila-spiked Negroni.
3. You’ll look at colorful paintings of mules.
That’s right, mules.
An Evening at the Farmers Market
Starting tonight, the Farmers Market will stay open later than usual on Thursdays. Which means you can swing by for post-work beer and wine, plus some live music and local snacks. Also cooler temperatures and less sunlight.
It’s likely you’ve got a torso. So it’s also likely you could use a couple new polos and some lightweight button-ups for summer. And it’s even more likely that Billy Reid is selling such things at up to 50% off right now. No, wait, that last one is definite.
Crawfish and Beer at a Brewery
Swing by Texas Ale Project on Saturday, and someone might hand you a heaping plate filled with two pounds of crawfish, gumbo and red beans and rice. Do not be alarmed. But do eat it. And then drink some beers in the taproom. Brewery and all.
Drinks, Tacos and Twister
To get a sneak peek of Charlie Papaceno’s new bar, Industry Alley, play hooky and head over on Monday. There you’ll find pork tacos, plenty to drink and some cutthroat games of Twister. Besides, proceeds go to a great cause. And did we mention the Twister?