Do we have free will? What is consciousness? How is cheddar made? These are some of life's greatest questions. Find out the answer to one of them at Scardello's latest event. Learn where cheddar comes from, what it is and how it's made while tasting a myriad of cheddars and complimentary craft beers. Tickets are $40 per person.
What it be: Nothin' But Cheddar
When it do: 8 p.m. Thursday, July 28 and Friday, July 29
Where dat is: Scardello, 293511 Oak Lawn Ave.
Hey you. Yeah, you, with the lady parts and the kids. Ever think about ditching those little jam-handed miscreants of yours and taking yourself out for a night on the town? In celebration of the recent release ofBad Moms
, The Theodore is holding a special happy hour so moms everywhere can get their grownup juice-box on.
What it be: Bad Moms Happy Hour
When it do: 3 to 7 p.m. Friday, July 29
Where dat is: 8687 N. Central Expressway
What it be: Chef DAT Underground Dinner
When it do: 6:45 p.m. Friday and Saturday
Where dat is: The Garden Cafe, 5310 Junius St.
It's hard to believe that Lakewood Brewing Company is celebrating their fourth anniversary — that's four years of helping inebriate Texans with some of the finest craft beer around. Saturday's event will provide an opportunity to taste some of Lakewood's vintage releases like their 2015 Bourbon Barrel Temptress, as well as limited offerings and tried-and-true classics. See thewebsite
for a full list of anticipated tappings. Be sure to buy your ticket in advance for one of the three entry times that day, as they will not be sold onsite. General admission is still available for $25 per person and includes six five-ounce pours and access to the brewery and beer garden.
What it be: 4th Anniversary Get Down
When it do: Noon to 9 p.m. Saturday, July 30
Where dat is: 2302 Executive Drive, Garland
If buffets and beer are your thing (rhetorical hypothetical), check out Beervention at Victor Tangos. Rare beers manager Matt Ragan has curated a collection of beers for participants to try, and he will be on hand to educate during the process. There will also be a grilled and smoked meats buffet (yass queen) and a variety of summer veggies courtesy of chef Kirstyn Brewer. Call 214-252-8595 for reservations. Tickets are $40.
What it be: Beervention
When it do: 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday, July 31
Where dat is: Victor Tangos, 3001 N. Henderson Ave.
The Giving Table is a special event that will benefit the families of those killed and injured in the recent shooting, as well as community outreach services. Some of Dallas' finest chefs will contribute to this family-style dinner. Served with drinks and wine, the dinner costs $65 per person, with all proceeds going to this very special cause.
What it be: The Giving Table
When it do: 6 to 10 p.m. Sunday, July 31
Where dat is: 3015 Gulden Lane
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