Dallas Event of the Week Thursday night at The Flying Saucer they will be tapping Firestone Walker's ultra-rare Sucaba (a barrel-aged barleywine) to go along with a four-course beer dinner that will include a Springtime arugula salad paired with their Easy Jack IPA, Caribbean jerk chicken street tacos paired with a Union Jack IPA, mole-spiced pork loin paired with an also-quite-rare Parabola Russian Imperial Stout, and will end with a caramel apple funnel cake with vanilla and dark chocolate crème paired with that Sucaba.
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Thursday, June 26th: I believe… I believe that… you know the rest. Win or tie and the good ol’ US of A is headed to the knockout round of the World Cup, which either means the tournament becomes single-elimination or it evolves into a cutthroat basketball competition. It's going down at 11am Thursday, so develop the "flu", rock your red, white, and blue, and head to AA Plaza early to get a spot and watch the game on the big screen. I believe the details are here!
Thursday, June 26th: The Grape has been cooking up some of the finest eats in Dallas for many years now, and tonight they will be pairing said deliciousness with wine from Spain. They call it a "Come As You Are" dinner, because it is a casual, laid-back experience (Kurt Cobain is not expected to attend). A wine expert will talk you through the night and reservations are recommended.
Friday, June 27th: Don't plan any ocean trips for a while, because Jaws will be playing Friday night at the McKinney Performing Arts Center. Grab some popcorn, some candy, and an adult beverage or three and settle in to enjoy a Summer cinematic classic.
Saturday, June 28th: Apparently people don’t go on “real dates” anymore, so Cane Rosso is joining a movement to bring chivalry back. They’re offering a date night special for $30 that will include a pizza, a salad, and a mini-carafe of wine. So dress up, pick your girl up at the door, don’t honk the horn, and be respectable for once.
Saturday, June 28th: This is Texas and Merle Haggard is sort of a legend around here. So, if you want to hear a legendary performance at a legendary spot in Texas from a legendary man, then clear your calendar for Saturday night and head out to hear this Okie from Muskogee do his thing at Billy Bob's.