The Shops at Legacy invite you to shake off the winter blues and ditch your New Year’s resolutions with an adults-only sip and savor around the shopping center. There will be 14 stops to try drinks and light bites on this self-guided tour. 21 and older.
When: 5:30-9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31
Where: The Shops at Legacy, 5741 Legacy Drive, Plano
If you’ve had a rough week and are looking to start your weekend early with a good pairing, head to Henderson Avenue Thursday night. West Dallas creperie Whisk Crepes Cafe will have a pop-up at the wine shop, where you can indulge in sweet or savory crepes while trying new wines.
When: 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31
Where: Veritas Wine Room, 2323 N. Henderson Ave. (East Dallas)
Start off Black History Month with a tour of iconic locations sampling soul food cuisine. SWBF Food Events and Starving on a Budget present this bus tour, which will visit historical, local African-American landmarks, and guests can learn about the significant contributions to our city, which will of course include stops at black-owned restaurants.
When: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2
Where: Starting at the African American Museum of Dallas, 3536 Grand Ave. (Fair Park)
If you’re downtown Super Bowl Sunday and want to have plenty of room to watch the game, Scout at the Statler will have a few food and drink specials: $1 wings, $1 sliders, $1 off all draft beers, $5 wells and $20 buckets of beer. (And it’s not on special, but the seven-layer dip is really good, FYI.)
What: Super Bowl Sunday at the Statler
When: Starting at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 3
Where: Scout in the Statler, 1914 Commerce St. (Downtown)
Cocoandre Chocolatier will guide kids through a class that’s all about chocolate this weekend. Kids will be able to get creative with chocolate by drawing with it, dipping things and making a heart chocolate mold. This class is recommended for kids ages 5-10.
When: 1-2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 3
Where: Cocoandre Chocolatier, 508 W. 7th St. (Oak Cliff)
Looking for a place to watch the Super Bowl? If you’re in East Dallas, one of your options is the White Rock Alehouse, where you’ll find $3 house beer taps, 53-cent wings (yes, please!) and $6 chef’s special flatbread. The beer’s pretty good here — might as well give it a try if you haven’t already.
What: Superb Owl Party
When: 5-11:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 3
Where: White Rock Alehouse and Brewery, 7331 Gaston Ave. (White Rock)
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