Rather than show up to your family's Easter Sunday shindig with the same old hot cross buns, why not bring some cookies, chocolates or other goodies you picked up The Bake Sale? The Bake Sale is a collaborative effort between Lily Hanson, of Hotel Zaza, Bolsa and Urbano Café fame, and Skye McDaniel, formerly of Village Baking Co. and currently at Murray Street Coffee Shop. These two will have a host of scratch made, sweet treats that you can either eat-in or takeaway.
What it be: The Bake Sale
When it do: Friday, April 3 and Saturday, April 4 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Where dat is: 1410 North Fitzhugh Ave. (by Jimmy's and Urbano Cafe)
What better place to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ than The Gin Mill. From Friday to Sunday, the Mill will serve an Easter Roast with all of Jesus' favorites: leg of lamb with mint sauce, roasted potatos and salad. It's well documented that Jesus was an IPA man, so we recommend a nice, bold stout -- and the Mill has a few -- to make your meal complete.
What it be: Easter Roast at The Gin Mill
When it do: Friday, April 3 - Sunday, April 5 from 3 p.m. - 2 a.m.
Where dat is: 1921 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, Texas 75206
Normally, our food events list goes weeks with nary a mention of baked goods. And yet this week brings us two. Save some of your cash (and your calories) for this second sweet pop-up at Bark Chocolate. Bark, along with Sucre Sucre, Val's Cheesecakes, Miss Naughty Brownie and Dallas Caramel Company will contribute treats to this for-charity event. Proceedes benefit Emily's Place, Body & Soul, DFW Rescue Me and Operation Homefront.
What it be: Easter Pop-Up Shop
When it do: Saturday, April 4th, 2015 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Where dat is: 3001 Gaston Ave. Dallas, Texas 75226
Let's face it: being an adult is awful. The closest we normally get to an Easter egg hunt is finding our keys, usually when we are late for work or when a child, still possessing some sense of joy and wonderment, has hidden them. But occasionally life returns a shred of joy to our lives, usually in the form of alcohol. This Saturday is one such occasion. The Cellar is hosting their First Annual Drunken Rabbit Easter Egg Hunt and Brunch. For $20 (you have to pay, because adulthood) you get brunch and an egg hunt. It's just like your childhood ... if your childhood included $2 Mimosas and a $4 Bloody Mary bar.
What it be: Drunken Rabbit Easter Egg Hunt and Brunch - reservations are required
When it do: Saturday, April 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Where dat is: 220 Las Colinas Boulevard East Irving, Texas 75039
Three years after selling their first keg, Lakewood Brewing Company is unveiling a 2,000-square-foot taproom, 8,000 square feet of new production space and a new canning line. VIP and early entry tickets sold out fast, but you can still see what all the fuss is about starting at 5 p.m. when the taproom will be opened to the public. So go, grab a pint and enjoy that new-taproom smell.
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What it be: LBC Expanded Brewery and Taproom Inauguration
When it do: Saturday, April 4, general admission entry starts at 5 p.m.
Where dat is: 2302 Executive Dr., Garland, Texas 75041