Things to do for September 10, 2015

The Weekender

A Weekend of Whiskey and Barbecue

Now starting at left tackle: the weekend.

Thursday
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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
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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.

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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
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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
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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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