Your Perks: 1) Two pairs of perfectly fitting jeans for $153. Keep what fits, return the rest for free. 2) A hoverboard-like device so you can live out all your Back to the Future Part II–related fantasies. Well, almost all. 3) A box full of sexy things. It’s okay to admit you want.
Things to do for September 17, 2015
Eat Hot Dogs. Listen to Rush. Improve Your Life.
Introducing the Weekend 6s.
This Is How to Oktoberfest
Oktoberfest is fun. It’s also big and messy. That’s why Chamberlain’s Brau Haus exists. It’s a private corner of good eating where you can overlook the madness below. You’ll get a three-course meal, drink beer and maybe even dance to some polka. Depends where you are on the beer.
Listen to Rush. Have a Red Hot.
Happy hours are everywhere. And similar. But Luscher’s is different. See, they just launched one wherein Chicago-style hot dogs are $4, beer and wine are $2.50, and the music is dedicated exclusively to the Rush catalog. It’s a fine catalog. And a weirdly great happy hour.
So Much Is Happening Here
Garden & Gun is coming to town for two days of food, drinks, music and shopping. Some
—A tequila tasting at Billy Reid.
—A rosé tasting at Hadleigh’s.
—A documentary on Oscar de la Renta.
Can’t wait for that last one.
If you like live music, gratis vodka and/or patio dining, then chances are high that you’ll enjoy this fall block party at One Arts Plaza. And if you don’t, well, that must be rough.
Food Trucks and Beer. Oh, Saturday.
Pop quiz. Is the answer:
A) 20-plus food trucks.
B) A beer garden.
C) Live bands.
D) All of the above.
Right, it’s D. Oh, the question was: “What’s happening at the Great Texas Food Truck Rally on Saturday?” Thinking back, we could’ve led with that.