Love, romance and cold air feel the air this month! February is here (the last full month of winter!), and it’s time to embrace the chill, spend time with your significant other and check out some exciting events happening in the North Dallas Corridor. Go to a chocolate tasting, see WaterTower Theatre’s latest production, grab a glass of draft beer or wine and more! Read all about these events and more in our guide of 8 Things To Do This Week.
1. Happy hour runs from 2-9 p.m. Monday-Saturday at Sherlock’s Baker St. Pub, offering you plenty of chances to come in, unwind and grab some sweet deals. During this time, you can get $3 wells, $4 select calls, $6 Crown Royal, $5.25 Jack Daniel’s, Deep Eddy Flavors, Tito’s and Beefeater, and $4 house wine. Also, don’t forget to take advantage of the daily specials. Wednesdays you can get $3 house whiskey and fireball, $4 Jack Daniels and Jim Beam, $5 Crown Royal and Jameson, and $5 fried pickles, pretzel bites and queso. On Thursday, you can get $1 off Mexican beers and on Sunday you can get $12.50 domestic buckets, $3 domestic drafts and $5 flatbreads.
2. Visit the Mucky Duck for happy hour from 3-7 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 3-8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Here, you can score $7 specialty cocktails, $3.50 wells and draughts and $5 appetizers. If you visit on Wednesday, be sure to order fish and chips (which are half off) and $4 Smirnoff vodka. You can also sign up for live trivia! On Thursday, get $3.50 select draft pints and a free taco bar from 6-8 p.m. Finally, on Sunday you can get specials on select draughts, wells, Tuaca, Jager, Rumple Minze and Fireball.
Attend a special event or host a party this week in the Corridor.
3. Be a Sommelier for a day at III Forks on Feb. 5, which is hosting a special event from 5-7 p.m. Guests can come in to try several wines from the renowned Napa Valley, poured by the III Forks wine director and paired with hand-passed hors d’oeurves created by executive chef Chris Vogeli. Help choose the best wine, which will win a place on the III Forks menu for the month of March! Tickets are $30 per person.
4. Host a private event at Chamberlain’s Steak and Chop House! This is the perfect place for a corporate meeting, a rehearsal dinner or an anniversary party with all your closest family and friends. At Chamberlain’s, you can reserve the Board and Proprietor Room that seats up to 100, the Board Room that seats up to 30, the Executive Room that seats up to 25 and the Wine Room that seats up to 18. In addition to amazing, mouth-watering meals, you will also get an upscale dining experience, complimentary valet parking and custom menus. It’ll be the perfect evening!
Dance the weekend away to live music at Sidecar Social!
5. There’s a party going on all weekend long at Sidecar Social, where guests can come in Thursday, Friday and Saturday to hear live music from talented local bands. Feb. 6 will feature Sweet Treat, a dose of sugary goodness who plays sweet Top 40 hits from the 80s to today. Feb. 7 is Limelight, an entertaining group who utilizes a professional 11-piece band to bring energy and fun to the stage. Finally, Feb. 8 will feature Incognito, a rock group that features some of the top female singers in Texas!
See the delightfully quirky show, Harvey, at WaterTower Theatre.
6. Harvey premieres at WaterTower Theatre this weekend! See this unique, Pulitzer Prize-winning play about the nice Elwood P. Dowd and his unusual friend – a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch invisible rabbit named Harvey! When Elwood’s sister, Veta, attempts to have Elwood committed, she is mistakenly taken in instead. However, this heartwarming tale leaves Veta realizing that Harvey isn’t so bad after all! See it for the Pay What You Can Show on Feb. 6 at 7:30 p.m., opening night on Feb. 7 at 8 p.m., Feb. 8 at 8 p.m. or Feb. 9 at 2 p.m. The show will run through Feb. 23.
There’s always something going on in Addison!
7. Calling all chocolate lovers: Yelibelly Chocolates is hosting a special chocolate tasting class from 7-9 p.m. Feb. 5! Chief Chocolate Officer, Yeli, will be hosting a sweet tour of the world of chocolate. The evening begins with a special chocolate dessert prepared by chocolatiers. Later, learn how chocolate is grown and processed, and investigate the differences in flavors from chocolate grown all over the world. Guests will get to sample chocolates from five or more countries of origin! Tickets are $45.
- Annoyed by the coyote situation in Addison? Visit Urban Coyotes with speaker Sam Kieschnick, an urban biologist with Texas Parks and Wildlife, to learn more. This event will be held from 6-8 p.m. Feb. 6 at Addison TreeHouse.