When Katherine Clapner expanded Dude, Sweet Chocolate to downtown, she inherited two small rooms in the space, and now she’s making the most out of them. Thursday through Saturday, there are seatings to have bubbles and chocolate with your certain someone (or your best friend, who cares?).
When: 7 or 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13; 7, 8:30 or 10 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, and Saturday, Feb. 15
Tickets: Email Dude, Sweet Chocolate
If you’ve ever thought about making macarons and been daunted by it, that’s fair. That’s why there are classes for such things, and there’s one in Lake Highlands this Saturday. Everyone is paired up, when you’ll learn how to make these French delicacies. You’ll also take home the macarons you make — that’s two to three dozen — and you’re welcome to bring your own beer or wine.
When: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15
Where: Haute Sweets Patisserie, 10230 E. Northwest Highway (Lake Highlands)
Tickets: $80 per person/$150 per couple. Reserve by emailing the shop or calling 214-856-0166.
Ichigoh is welcoming Fukutei Ramen from Hokkaido, Japan, for a few days to offer shrimp miso and spicy shrimp miso ramen. There are limited quantities per day.
When: Feb. 16-18
Where: Ichigoh Ramen Lounge, 2724 Commerce St. (Deep Ellum)
You have an excellent reason to go to Peticolas this weekend, besides getting the wonderful Sit Down, Or I’ll Sit You Down IPA. Noodboyz and Thicc Sticcz is popping up, offering some of their excellent food items. We can’t get enough of the chicken wings — find out what you like of theirs.
When: Noon-6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16
Where: Peticolas Brewing Company, 1301 Pace St. (Design District)
Looking for more events around Valentine’s Day? Check out our list of the best dinners this weekend.
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