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Mile-High Cabaret

Your itinerary for April 26 includes several exotic locales, unlimited cocktail service and first-class comfort. It’s all part of Leavin’ on a Jet Plane, the Turtle Creek Chorale’s 41st season opener. Because it’s virtual, you can recreate the travel experience however you wish, even if that means wearing a Hawaiian shirt and nothing else. It all takes place live at […]

Mile-High Cabaret

Your itinerary for April 26 includes several exotic locales, unlimited cocktail service and first-class comfort. It’s all part of Leavin’ on a Jet Plane, the Turtle Creek Chorale’s 41st season opener. Because it’s virtual, you can recreate the travel experience however you wish, even if that means wearing a Hawaiian shirt and nothing else. It all takes place live at […]

Brunch Of The Week: The Return: Chicken & Waffles On The Patio Edition (In 3-D)

Fifty-five weeks ago, we published our final Brunch of the Week feature for what was then an open-ended timeframe. Even though we wanted to show our support to the restaurant industry in any way possible, we knew the reality of eggs in a styrofoam container sliding around in the backseat of an Uber Eats delivery vehicle wasn’t necessarily the best […]

Swirl, Girl

Fifteen wines in one afternoon? Sounds like a typical Tuesday for us, but this weekend you can try a more civilized approach to tasting multiple varietals. Head north for Frisco Uncorked, a one-day event featuring 15 different tastings for only $30 ($35 day-of), plus live entertainment all day. Choose a four-hour window (11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. or 3:00 to […]

In Case You Didn’t Get Enough Green Yesterday

Spring finally arrives this Saturday! So what a wonderful coincidence that The Kessler launches its Spring on the Green series this weekend, too. It’s as if they own a calendar or something. Every Friday and Saturday through May 29, The Kessler presents music, food and drinks on the lawn for some al fresco social distancing fun. Food will be available […]

Where To Get Your Wigs & Eggs This Weekend

Those in Fort Worth have an option for drag brunch, too, so those of us in Dallas can no longer claim exclusivity for access to wigs, waffles, high heels and huevos. MyOhMy The Show presents its popular Drag With Me Brunch this Saturday and pretty much every Saturday for the foreseeable future. And if you’re visiting Cowtown for this event, […]

Better A Month Late Than Never

You stayed at home on Valentine’s Day. We can say that with almost 100% certainty given the fact that we were in the grip of that crazy winter storm (perhaps you saw it on the news). Well, don’t worry about disappointing your Valentine any longer—even if you’ve moved on to a new one since February. They’ll be thrilled when you […]

Upstairs, Downtown

Imagine a place where you can order a variety of cuisine types from Japanese and French to Spanish, Greek, Italian and American without ever leaving your seat. Yes, we know Cheesecake Factory’s been doing the same thing for years, but the Second Floor at the Exchange does it with so much more finesse. And far fewer menu pages. The recently […]

Margarita Day Dreaming

When it comes to celebrations, National Margarita Day ranks higher than Christmas, Gay Pride and our birthday—combined. And even though we’d rather be on a beach today in commemoration, the very act of drinking a margarita this glorious Monday will be enough to tide us over until we feel comfortable traveling again. At that point, we plan to drink our […]

Days Of ‘Tine & Rosés

To all our suitors out there, please don’t send us flowers this year for Valentine’s Day. Roses die, after all. But rosés can live on for hours in the form of a delightfully giddy buzz that makes us smile, sing and dance for almost no apparent reason. Other than we’re in love. With people. With life. With the sound of […]

Booze-Free Brunching

We sure miss our regular weekend brunches. After putting our Brunch of the Week feature on hiatus after the pandemic shut everything down, we’ve officially only had three restaurant brunches (on patios) in nearly 11 months. Considering we enjoyed more than 100 in 2019, that’s quite the downsizing. (Then why is our waistline upsizing?) Dining indoors still makes us uncomfortable, […]