Tanqueray-and-chronic time is fast approaching, but you'll need to arm yourself with all the important details before setting off for our sold-out St. Patrick's Day Concert on Saturday, headlined by a little rapper named Snoop Dogg.
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On Tuesday, beer drinkers in three states filed federal lawsuits against Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world's largest brewer and the purveyor of Budweiser, Bud Light Lime, Michelob Ultra and other innovative beer and beer-like products.
A Dallas-area drinker has now joined their ranks. Michael Seidens ... More >>
I've had a bone to pick with the Rock 'N' Roll Marathon, and not because it blocks off streets in my neighborhood or benefits Susan G. Komen. It's because, unlike other marathons that happen throughout the year, there are awful cover bands playing at full volume on a fucking Sunday morning in my nei ... More >>
Pete FreedmanThe sweet, sweet ACL crowd.Before this weekend, I'd never been to Austin City Limits Music Festival. Actually, I'd never been to any outdoor music festivals the scale of ACL. I've probably been to eight or nine South By Southwests, and, before heading down to Austin this weekend, I h ... More >>
Here's to you, Timbo. RIP.Timbo, the Dallas Zoo's oldest gorilla, died yesterday in surgery at the age of 49, and we're still bummed by the news. Even though we didn't know her personally, we still plan to mourn her the same way we've marked the deaths of friends, family members and celebrities a ... More >>
By now you've probably noticed the banners across the top of our blogs or seen the Mixmaster post touting Brew at the Zoo September 10, but perhaps were hesitant to commit to a $30 ticket without knowing just which beers would be available.
How about I just tell you that the ticket includes zoo ... More >>
icanhascheezburger.comThere's three reasons to love March--basketball, boobs, and beads, and this weekend you can get a taste of Mardi Gras and March Madness, plus experience a Sunday school gathering that's more like a house party. So let's get down to the business of partying and hash over ... More >>
Sam MertenTexas Rangers spokesman John Blake just sent word: For World Series Games Three and Four at the Ballpark in Arlington -- oh, right, Game Five too, fingers crossed -- the team's done beefed up (heh) its sports menu. Also: The team's added more places to buy beer in the park, which, a ... More >>
Mikkeller Nelson Sauvin IPA, one of four from the brewer's Single Hop series available tonight at The Common Table.Good news for cash-strapped beer lovers who were having a bit of trouble justifying a $15 pint (imperial 20-oz pour notwithstanding) at The Common Table: General manager and beer exp ... More >>
Sam's out at the Ballpark in Arlington at this very moment, where Chuck Greenberg's holding his first press conference as The Owner of Your Texas Rangers. (Nolan Ryan was called out of town at the last second.) As they mentioned yesterday, the newsome twosome called today's meet-and-greet to intr ... More >>
Last week was spent building tolerance: It was the annual week of the Dallas Observer Music Awards. The tolerance of which I speak really has nothing to do with music, but of crowds, heat and hooch.Allow me to elaborate: The DOMAXXII (the 22nd year of the DOMAs) showcase took place down in fair D ... More >>
1838 Irving Blvd.
Promised Delivery Time: 20 minutes
Actual Delivery Time: 50 minutes
Getting my favorite meal of the day delivered to work: 50
Getting that meal 30 minutes late: -20
Big menu, small prices: 20
Short-tempered employee: -10
Lingering scent of French ... More >>
Chow Asian Street Food
3309 Dallas Parkway at Parker Road
The phoenix is a mythical fire bird prevalent in many of the world's cultures. According to legend, it lives 500 to 1000 years, after which it builds a nest of twigs, ignites itself, burns to ashes, and is reborn anew ... More >>
Jesse HugheyGordon Biersch
8060 Park Lane
Dude Factor: 5, or David Hasselhoff, on a scale of 1 (Adolphus Busch) to 10 (Charles Bukowski)I can almost imagine the German-American (I'm guessing) restaurateur who founded this chain irately shouting down a customer who asks if they serve ... More >>
After a long night traipsing around Austin looking for another Michelob Ultra or Tuaca giveaway party, nothing soaks it all up like a lukewarm slice of Roppolo's pizza and a mind-clearing read through the City of Ate archives. That's how some of us felt, anyway, in the wake of SXSW this week. If you ... More >>