7 Things to Do This Week 4/6 – 4/10

Happy Hour

Happy hour is always happenin’ in the Corridor. Here are our top spots this week to enjoy happy hour.

7 Things to Do This Week 4/6 - 4/10Every Monday – Friday from 3 PM to 6 PM it’s Happy Hour at Vidorra. Enjoy $4 select beers and $5 house wines, as well as half off select appetizers. It’s the perfect time to try their frozen Patron margarita flights or one of their unique margaritas. Grab their queso blanco that comes in a sizzling cauldron while it’s half-off – you won’t be disappointed. 

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. 

Food

Nothing goes better with a great meal than a delicious glass of wine. Here are some favorites to wine and dine in the Corridor this week.

Antonio Ristorante has you covered with fresh, authentic Italian cuisine with a French twist and an extensive wine list that is sure to impress even the pickiest wine lovers. The menu stays updated with seasonal items, farm-fresh ingredients, and daily specials. Try Antonio’s Carbonara, Fettuccine pasta tossed in a cream sauce with black pepper, onions, and white wine, and topped with a poached egg and pancetta paired with a Sauvignon Blanc by the glass or bottle.

Let the Readers’ Choice Awards Winner for favorite bartender pour you a glass of wine at Table 13. The grand piano sets the scene with nightly performances by Dallas’s favorite artists including David Slater, Melani Skybell, and the Marc Touissant Combo. Enjoy a classic such as Beef Wellington or Filet Mignon paired with a dry red, such as a Cabernet Sauvignon or a Pinot Noir.

 7 Things to Do This Week 4/6 - 4/10Music

This weekend, find live music, art, and more in Addison.

This weekend, Saturday, April 9th, and Sunday, April 10th, the Dallas Reggae Festival is taking place at Addison Circle Park! This cultural experience for the whole family will feature live reggae music, Caribbean food, vendors, live art, and dance. Headliners include Don Carlos, Anthony B, Third World, Nattali Rize, and more! Tickets start at $30 and are available for purchase here. Don’t miss this exciting 2-day event!

Arts and Entertainment

Support local artists this week in the Corridor.

From fine art to up-and-coming local artists, Southwest Art Gallery has it all. The 16,000-foot gallery displays art from hundreds of artists who work in a broad range of styles. If you decide to purchase a piece, you can have their designers create a custom frame to match.

The Art Gallery Inc showcases women artists in a space that gives back to charity. 10% of all purchases made goes to charity, creating even more of an incentive to support local women. Styles of art include oil paintings, contemporary, large-scale wall art, figures, and more.

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