Things to Do in Dallas this Weekend
- Conquer the Shiner Platter BBQ Feast at Lockhart. The smoked jewel of Oak Cliff ’s Bishop Arts District, Lockhart Smokehouse offers a special cornucopia of manerific meat and all the fixings. According to co-owner Jill Bergus, “It includes pretty much everything we have on the menu: Kreuz Market sausage, brisket, shoulder clod, chicken and ribs. As far as sides, the Shiner Platter includes beans, deviled eggs, potato salad and mac and cheese.” A small platter costs $75 and feeds four, and the large one is $150 and feeds six to ten. It’s guaranteed to blow a heart valve, in a good way. Get the BBQ feast details here. Done this? Tweet it.
- Compete in a Big Buck Competition at Dave & Busters. D&B is the manly version of Chuck E. Cheese. Bring your buddies to one of the cheapest happy hours in Dallas and challenge them to a digital big game hunting contest. Rack up those those tickets and maybe, if you’re lucky, you can come away with a big stuffed monkey or a few Dallas skyline shot glasses at least. Shoot ‘em up. Done this? Tweet it.
- Consume Bone Marrow at the Moth. So you wanna be a cowboy. Well, get yourself some of this finger-lickin’ prairie butter, put it in your face hole and slam it. Meddlesome Moth is a unique Dallas gastropub owned by Shannon Wynne, the son of the family who owns Six Flags. They also happen to offer some of the finest beef bone marrow in town, complete with crispy capers and salsa verde. Lick your lips here. Done this? Tweet it.
Meddlesome Moth’s beef bone marrow – Photo by DishTrip.com
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