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Valentine's Day

Here’s Where to Celebrate Galentine’s This Year in Dallas

A bar crawl, high tea, and anti-love songs DJ night—celebrate platonic love with your gals, pals, et al.
By Jacob Villalobos |
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Make Your Life Sweeter (formerly inside the Galleria) will pop up at Hall Arts for a 14-course Galentine’s Day dessert tasting. Make Your Life Sweeter

Valentine’s Day is less than two weeks away, but just because you don’t have a date, doesn’t mean you should sit out this year’s escapades. So grab your friends, dawn thy gayest apparel, and hit the scene this Galentine’s Day. Whether you’re slaying it solo or got a partner or two, here’s a few ways to celebrate the day of love.

Paint and Sip at Four Corners Brewing Co.

Ready to channel your inner Frida Kahlo? Four Corners Brewery Co. is hosting a Galentine’s painting party. The class specializes in Latin painting styles and welcomes painters at every experience level. Tickets, which start at $30, include a canvas, customizable paint colors, brushes, and one drink. Unibrow not included.

Feb. 11, 6 p.m., Four Corners Brewing Co., The Cedars

Commemorate Galentine’s With Custom Bling at Electric Shuffle

In collaboration with LINK X LOU, Electric Shuffle is hosting a “get linked” event where gal pals can declare their love via jewelry. That’s right, best friend bracelets are back in style! For $50, choose a customizable bracelet, anklet, or ring, and a complimentary bottle of bubbly just for the occasion. Afterwards, don’t forget to go head-to-head with your bestie at shuffleboard or team up with another group of gal pals. 

Feb. 15, 4 p.m., Electric Shuffle, Deep Ellum

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth at the HALL Arts Hotel

This Instagram-worthy experience is a 14-course dessert tasting that is sure to impress any Dallas foodie. Brought to you by Make Your Life Sweeter, the same folks known for colorful macaroons, moist cupcakes, and vibrant popcorn, this decadent experience is sure to stimulate your taste buds. Tickets start at $135.

Feb. 5, 3 p.m., HALL Arts Hotel, Downtown

Be the Best Wingwoman at the Dallasites101 5th Annual Bar Crawl 

An event advertised for all relationship statuses, the “Beer My Valentine” crawl includes over a dozen local bars in Deep Ellum. Even if you aren’t a fan of beer per se, there will be a variety of specials: love-themed cocktails, shots, and more. Don matching pink cowgirl hats and help your bestie lasso a date! Tickets are $15.

Feb 12, noon to 2 p.m., Deep Ellum Distillery

Spill the Tea at Hotel Crescent Court

Enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea with the crew and dish the hottest gossip all in one of Dallas’s most luxurious hotels. Tickets, which start at $30 for kids under 12 and $78 for adults (or $112 for bottomless bubbles), cover seasonal Damman Frères luxury teas along with small bites such as curry chicken tea sandwiches, almond tarts, and luscious macaroons. And if you’re really feeling adventurous, upgrade to endless champagne for some classic friendly debauchery. Just remember not to text your ex afterwards!

Ongoing, Hotel Crescent Court, Uptown

Throw It Back to the Early 2000s at Virgin Hotels Dallas

Raise your glass to single life and a night of dirty dancing. Enjoy cocktails by the pool while the DJ spins anti-love songs from the early 2000s. Bring on the nostalgia for a love before social media and reminisce about your first kiss. Admission is free.

Feb. 12, 2 p.m., Virgin Hotels Dallas, Downtown

Full Belly Laugh at TK’s Galentine’s Party

The comedy venue and restobar from husband-and-wife duo T.K. Matteson and Kara Kimbrough want you to bring your best gal pals to TK’s for a complimentary glass of bubbly, two-for-one cocktails on tap, live music, and treats. Those who sport a red or pink outfit can enter to win a “Girly Gift Bag” worth $500. RSVP here.

Feb. 12, 8 p.m., TK’s, Far North Dallas

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