5 things you need to do in Dallas this weekend
Event of the Week
The Dallas Whiskey & Fine Spirits Festival will have a roaring '20s vibe and, more importantly, plenty of bourbon, Scotch, brandy, and other spirits -- along with some most-welcome eats, courtesy of Capital Grille, Seasons 52, Scotch & Sausage, and The Dallas Caramel Company.
Friday, November 14th: What a lot of hoity-toity art galleries lack is A) booze and B) all you can eat pancakes. Luckily, at the Pancakes & Booze Art Show, a bunch of local artists will show off their finest work while music is played, booze is poured, and flapjacks are flipped.
Saturday, November 15th: Fall is finally in the air here in Dallas, so hit the Fall Deep Ellum Outdoor Market and enjoy some live jams, in addition to food from Samson’s Gourmet Hot Dogs and Steele City Pops (you know, in case it’s 100 degrees -- this is still Texas), all while you peruse the wares of many a local vendor.
Saturday, November 15th: 3015 at Trinity Groves is opening its doors to host the DAYL Charity Ball to benefit EPIC Dallas and the Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity. The black tie-optional event will include plenty of delicious eats, drinks, music, and dancing.
Sunday, November 16th: Noah Gundersen is playing at The Loft on Sunday. He’s from a tiny town in Washington and recorded his first album when he was 13-years-old. Give your ears a treat.