Things to do for September 10, 2015

The Weekender

A Weekend of Whiskey and Barbecue

Now starting at left tackle: the weekend.

Thursday
Bespoke Suits Will Happen Here
HAIL, CESARE

Bespoke Suits Will Happen Here

Cesare Attolini, that Italian tailoring house and maker of fine garmentry, will be at Hadleigh’s for a few days. Make an appointment, get measured, choose some fabrics and there you go: an extra-dapper custom suit. The Italians really know their suits. Gelato and suits.

Sep 10-12 by appointment only, Hadleigh’s, 74 Highland Park Village, reserve at 214-770-4743

Friday
Whiskey, BBQ and Other Good Times
INDUSTRY NIGHT

Whiskey, BBQ and Other Good Times

Last month, Industry Alley opened, and it was good. But now, they’re grand opening. And that means $5 Old Fashioneds, Off the Bone barbecue, shot specials, DJs and mini burgers from Easy Slider. Yep, that officially qualifies as grand.

Eating at Souk, but Later
THE LATE SHOW

Eating at Souk, but Later

The time: 12:35am.
The situation: You’re hungry.
The plan: Souk.

See, they’re staying open late on weekends now to feed you a small menu of Moroccan things. So as far as plans go, it’s a good one.

Fri-Sat, 11pm-2am, Souk, 3011 Gulden Ln, Ste 114, 469-458-2233

Saturday
A New Italian Spot in Plano
SIMON SPEZ

A New Italian Spot in Plano

And now, here are five things you are thankful for: pizza, lasagna, meatballs, sandwiches and wine. To complete the point, all five can be found at Spezzo, a casual new Italian spot in Plano. This is a fun game.

Now open, Spezzo, 4901 W Park Blvd, Ste 521, Plano, 972-596-8942

Sunday
Tailgating with Ribs and Whiskey
TALL TAIL

Tailgating with Ribs and Whiskey

Before you watch the Cowboys on Sunday, partake in something a bit less stressful. Like a tailgate benefitting Café Momentum where five good chefs (Nathan Tate, Danyele McPherson) handle the cooking and you handle the cider and whiskey drinking. Everyone’s got a part to play.

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