Now that the sun is back in Addison, it’s time to get out of the house! Enjoy the fresh air by sipping on cold drinks at happy hour or treat yourself to a nice dinner in town. Later, catch some live music or admire fantastic art. Learn more in our guide of 7 Things To Do This Week below.
Relax with happy hour specials in Addison
1. Happy hour takes place every Monday-Friday from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at 12 Cuts Brazilian Steakhouse. Come in for a Caipirinhas, Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s for $7.50, red wine for $7 and other drink and food specials.
2. Come in from noon-7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday for happy hour at Arthur’s Steakhouse. Here, you can get house wine for $4.50, beer for $3.50, wells for $5.50, calls for $7.50, martinis for $7.50, frozen drinks for $9 and more. They also have a nice selection of bites to satisfy any appetite!
Dinner is an elegant affair in Addison.
3. Dine-in at Table 13 in Addison this week. Start with a delicious starter, like the Classic Southern Deviled Eggs or the Bacon Wrapped Dates, then choose a savory soup or salad. For the main entrée, you have a choice of shrimp scampi, sea bass, salmon meuniere, lemon caper chicken, lamb chops, filet mignon, and more, along with hearty sides and decadent desserts. Each meal will also be treated to delightful live music in the background, which you can enjoy while sipping on a glass of wine or a cocktail for a perfect night out.
4. Choose from a fantastic steak or fish dinner at Chamberlain’s. Some of their amazing appetizers include the Texas Wagyu Beef Pot Stickers and the Prime Beef Tartare. After an amazing Lobster & Shrimp Bisque or Almond Crusted Goat Cheese Salad, choose a mouth-watering entrée. Go for the Peppered Filet Mignon, Prime Aged New York Strip, Honey Glazed Pork Chops, Spice Seared Lemon Sole, Idaho Rainbow Trout, Lemon and Almond Crusted East Coast Flounder or more. Finally, finish with dessert – White Chocolate Coconut Cream Pie is always a fantastic option!
Listen to live music at Memphis.
5. This weekend at Memphis, live music takes the stage Thursday-Saturday nights. Hear AWE’d performing Feb. 25, followed by Juke Box Hereos on Friday and Random Axis on Saturday from 10 p.m.-2 a.m. (Must be 21 to enter.)
Arts and Entertainment
See wonderful art in the Corridor!
6. The Contemporary Two Man Show is now open at Southwest Gallery! This exhibit features new abstracts from two of the gallery’s most top contemporary artists, Paul Walden and Mark Whitmarsh. Walden had many years of apprenticeship in the German school of landscape painting, where he learned the classical concepts of composition and color. Whitmarsh studied art at the University of Wyoming and the Rocky Mountain School of Art and Design in Denver. Browse their work online as well!
7. This is the last weekend to see Mark Messersmith’s “The Weight of Everything” at Valley House Gallery! This is Messersmith’s fourth solo exhibit at Valley House, with intricate, colorful paintings that tell stories just by gazing at them. “Messersmith’s mastery of painting is underscored in these works, which are laden with high-keyed color, dizzying perspectives, careening imagery, and virtuoso light effects,” said Peter Valdaia, Huntsville Museum of Art, in a recent press release. See this exhibit through Feb. 27.