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Celebrate Fourth of July in Dallas-Fort Worth With These Food and Drink Deals

Check out patriotic burgers, pies, and drink specials for the entire weekend.
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Yardbird’s Fourth of July offering. Courtesy Yardbird

This year, Fourth of July weekend will spread out over four days until the big show on Tuesday. That’s four whole days of all the red, white, and blue food and drinks you can pack into the weekend.

Before we get to all the celebrations, if you would prefer to pig out on delicious hot dogs you can click over to this list of the best in Dallas. Let’s get to the specials.

Another Round

The mini golf and bar entertainment venue has a special $4 off on a game of mini golf and free pickleball reservations when made online. Help yourself to a game or two and pair it with their signature cocktails, like the Caddie, made with tequila, passion fruit, habanero puree, cilantro, and lime. 660 Fort Worth Ave., Ste. 100. Reservations can be made online.

Cantina Laredo

The restaurant’s classic Casa ‘Rita will get a patriotic spin on it for the holiday with red, white, and blue layers of Blue Curacao and strawberry puree. The cocktail will be available June 30 through July 4 for $12. 4546 Belt Line Rd., Addison. 1125 Legacy Dr., Frisco.

Emporium Pies

A Lucky Stars pie features a mix of raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries with a lattice crust. Available June 30 through July 4. Preorder online. Multiple locations.

Evan’s Meat Market

The Park Cities butcher shop is selling two ready-made sides for the price of one with the purchase of $100 or more in meat from June 30 through July 3. Side options include green beans, mac and cheese, roasted sweet potatoes, and broccoli and rice au gratin. Meats include brisket, short ribs, pre-seasoned burgers, and more. 4266 Oak Lawn Ave.

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A spread of sides from Evan's Meat Market. Kathy Tran

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop

Through July 9, try the taco shop’s Bomb Pop Rita, a strawberry margarita with a patriotic red, white, and blue popsicle. Multiple locations. 

Ida Claire

On July 3, Ida Claire will throw a block party to coincide with Addison’s Kaboom town celebration with food, live music, and a stellar view of the fireworks. Party starts at 4 p.m. and will last until 10 p.m. Tables can be reserved here, and entry is $10 at the door. 5001 Belt Line Rd.

The Porch

The Henderson Avenue staple will have $1 slices of lemon meringue pie after 10 p.m. on Thursday through Sunday. The Porch will also have “Reverse Happy Hour” specials from 10 p.m. to midnight that include $5 frosé, $1 pony beers, $1 off draft beers, and a $10 “Giddy Up”: a pony beer paired with a shot of Jameson. Also: free Jell-O shots for guests from June 30 through July 4. 2912 N. Henderson Ave.

Shell Shack

Special menu promotions include three pounds of crawfish, corn, and potatoes for $20.99, and a dollar off the Blue Hawaiian cocktail. Multiple locations.

Ten50

Cater your celebration with a meal from Ten50 BBQ, which will offer catering all weekend. Fill up on smoked meats, house made sides, and desserts. Go online or call 855-783-1050 to book. 1050 N. Central Expy., Richardson.

Urban Seafood Co. 

Add a bucket of seafood to your backyard barbecue with a Seafood Bake Bucket, made with five-and-a-half pounds of shrimp, mussels, clams, crab legs, potatoes, corn, and lemon. Scallops and lobster tails can be added at market price. $99. Orders can be placed over the phone by calling 214-251-8771 and must be picked up in advance. 1004 E. 14th St., Plano.

Whistle Britches

Brunch includes options like chicken and waffles, chicken tenders to share, French toast, and eggs Benedict. Brunch will be served from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. 2405 Dallas Pkwy., Ste. 4, Plano.

Yardbird

Specials include an all-American burger—made with two patties, American cheese, pork belly, a sunny-side-up egg, a secret sauce, and fried pickles—and an heirloom tomato salad with Humboldt Fog goat cheese, melon, charred corn, and an herb garden vinaigrette. Reservations can be made online. 2121 N. Pearl St., Ste. 170.

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