2. Letting the Pecan Lodge line defeat you
Standing in line for limited-batch BBQ has become the official pastime of Texans from Austin to Dallas. Austin may have Franklin, but they also might be facing a new smoke-restricting BBQ law. Could BBQ become ILLEGAL in Austin? Luckily, Dallas has embraced the smoke, and Pecan Lodge has grown from a modest stall at the Dallas Farmers Market to a full-fledged restaurant, complete with a line wrapped around the block as soon as it opens.
3. Thinking Cesar's Super Nachos at 3am is a fantastic idea
With a Davis St location dangerously close to both the Bishop Arts District and the Kessler Theater, Cesar’s is the siren song summoning all over-served patrons of nearby establishments toward the rocky cliff that is an order of Super Nachos. Cesar’s, a 24-hour taqueria, decided to make your life easier (or infinitely worse, depending on how you look at it) by just piling all the stuff in one styrofoam container: meats, cheeses, jalapeños, onions, hell, maybe even a rolling office chair. There's no way to be sure since no one actually looks at Super Nachos in the daylight.
4. Oversleeping the Late Brunch at Double Wide
For over 10 years, Double Wide has made white-trashiness fairly acceptable. And what's trashier than not even being able to show up for normal Sunday brunch hours? That's why Double Wide has started hosting a Late Brunch from 1-4pm on Sundays complete with the Easy Slider truck serving up unique brunchy sliders, like a bagel & lox slider. Oh, and the Bloody Marys will make you feel human again for a little bit as you power through your hangover.