Try something new this week in the Corridor, and support local businesses while doing so! Here are 7 things to do this weekend.
Grab a beer this week at Happy Hour!
For a vast selection of draft beers, check out Ron’s Place. The bar offers a selection of 32 rotating draft beers, including some of the best local beers. The English-style pub has plenty of seating for all-sized parties, even a community table that sits up to 16. On Texas Tuesday, select beers are only $3 per pint all-day, and the same deal is offered every Friday night from 11 pm – 1 am.
Try something new at Bitter Sisters Brewery and enjoy one of their beers made in-house. Bitter Sisters is the only production brewery in Addison and is an independent, family-owned craft brewery. They offer beers such as the Busy Body, a Blonde Lager, or the Hot Temper, which they describe as a cool way to blow off steam! The tasting room is open Tuesday through Friday from 4 pm – 9 pm, Saturday from 2 pm – 9 pm, and Sunday from 12 pm – 6 pm.
Did you know that Addison has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the US? That’s a lot to choose from! Make it a goal to try a restaurant you haven’t been to this week.
If you haven’t tried Ethiopian food – you need to try Queen of Sheba. This vegan-friendly restaurant offers food for all palettes, and you’re guaranteed to find something delicious. The Queen’s Appetizer Sampler is a great way to try their house favorites, including Sambusa (ground beef and lentils in a crispy pastry), their breaded mozzarella, and more. For your entree, you can choose between their selection of vegan, fish, chicken, lamb, and veggie options.
For authentic Indian food, Sigree Indian Cuisine is a great choice. Their menu offers an array of South Indian and Indo Chinese dishes, including Saag Paneer, Egg Curry, Chicken Tikka Masala, and more. Entrees come with your choice of naan, roti, or rice. Don’t forget to pair your meal with a Mango Lassi – you won’t be disappointed.
Kick-off the weekend with live music every Thursday at Nate’s Seafood. Live blues music and Gulf seafood are staples at Nate’s, with different bands featured every Thursday and Sunday. This Thursday, try one of their Coastal Classics, including fried Gulf oysters and red beans and rice (number one in the Metroplex!).
Arts and Entertainment
Celebrate North Dallas Corridor artists at local art galleries this weekend.
Southwest Gallery displays a wide variety of art, from Antique and Traditional art to Contemporary and Pop Art styles. Hundred of artists are exhibited in their 16,000 square foot showroom. If you purchase art, you can get a custom framed design by their in-house designers.
Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden features local artists’ paintings and sculptures displayed in the gallery and garden. Exhibitions are seasonal, and you can see what exhibition is currently featured here.