Okay, munchkins. Don’t be lazy this weekend. I’m basically spoonfeeding you everything you need to know so that, when a hot coworker asks you on Monday, “What did you do this weekend?” Your answer will at least help you carry on a decent two-minute conversation with the woman of your dreams instead of the usual “oh, nothing” that ends with a facepalm.
Eat brunch with Tiffany Derry at Private | Social. For $20, there’s an all-you-can-eat buffet with a carving station, omelette station, blueberry and ricotta pancakes, and Rocco’s $6 cocktails. Starts at 11 a.m.
Don’t forget it’s the last day of Belgian Beer Week at Flying Saucer. Go get your Belgian waffles and Beermosas from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Deep Ellum Outdoor Market is celebrating its two year anniversary by closing down Main Street. Only foot traffickers allowed. It’s going to a monster food truck rally + market + concert event from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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Not much to look at on Sunday. Just the Deep Ellum Brewery Co. tours. Still, it’s a pretty great deal, and maybe the boys there will give you a sneaky taste of the two new beers they’re launching: Blonde and Wealth & Taste. For $10 you get free beer, a look-see, and a glass to take home.
Jim Bean Bourbon Dinner at Sissy’s sounds like a good night of Southern eating and drinking. Chef Jeffery Hobbs is creating a five-course dinner menu that’ll feature select Jim Beam spirits. We all know that anything tastes good with Sissy’s fried chicken, but bourbon is probably high on that list.
[Edit: For specific Oak Cliff events, check out Alana Harrison’s post in Oak Cliff People]