7 Things to Do This Week 4/24 – 4/28

Looking for the best things to do in Addison this week? Look no further! The North Dallas Corridor Weekend Guide is here. There are options for a happy hour, dining, live music, and arts on this list of 7 fun things to do this week.

Happy Hour

#1. The Quarter Bar & Grill

15201 Addison Rd., Addison, TX 75001

The Quarter Bar & Grill is Addison’s neighborhood bar with a pet-friendly patio and the coldest beer in town. Satisfy your hunger with NOLA favorites, including Cajun Meat Pies, Cajun Blackened Chicken Pasta, Shrimp Po Boys, and more. Rotating daily specials allow you to get the best deals on your favorites! Their beer and wine selection is impressive, making this a perfect place to unwind after work.

#2. Addison Ice House

7 Things to Do This Week 4/24 - 4/28

3875 Ponte Avenue #250, Addison, TX 75001

Enjoy good vibes and great views from the Addison Ice House patio. Overlooking Vitruvian Park, their party patio provides the perfect place to sip on craft beers and enjoy tasty, TX style pub grub. Their happy hour deals change daily, click here to view their specials each day this week. Pair your ice cold beer with Queso Tots or the Ice House Burger for the perfect pub experience.

#3. The Midway Point

14831 Midway Rd. Ste 101, Addison, TX 75001

The Midway Point is focused on good people, great drinks, fantastic food, and amazing times! On weekdays, happy hour takes place from 4 pm to 7 pm, where you can get $3.75 domestic beer, $4.75 wells, $4.95 house wine, and various food specials. Grab your favorite draft or bottled beer, or pick one of their many wines by the glass. The food menu features bar favorites such as Wings tossed in your choice of sauce and delicious and crispy Fish and Chips.


7 Things to Do This Week 4/24 - 4/28#4. Ida Claire Crawfish Boil

5001 Beltline Road, Dallas, TX 75754

Crawfish season is coming and Ida Claire is ready for it! Mark your calendars for April 25th to April 27th and get ready to dive into a mountain of tasty crawfish. Wash it all down with $7 daiquiris, hurricanes, and sazeracs, or snag some select draft beers for $5. The fun doesn’t stop there – they’ve got live music on the menu for Friday, April 26th, from 7pm to 10pm, guaranteed to get those toes tapping and the good times rolling. Reserve your spot now and leave the napkin-grabbing to Ida Claire!

#5. 12 Cuts Brazilian Steakhouse

18010 Dallas Pkwy., Dallas, TX 75287

Treat yourself to a nice meal l at 12 Cuts Brazilian Steakhouse. This steakhouse offers a full Brazilian Experience, with a vast selection of smoked meats and market-fresh salad bar options. Guests are treated with Gaucho-Style hospitality, with meats that are cut fresh at the table. This is the perfect spot for a date, or to take the whole family.


#5. Table 13

4812 Belt Line Rd., Addison, TX 752547 Things to Do This Week 4/24 - 4/28

Table 13’s impeccable atmosphere makes the perfect venue for date night, special occasions, or anytime you’re craving top-notch services and live music. The grand piano sets the scene for nightly live music, featuring popular Dallas-based artists including Melani Skybell, Mike Nicosia, and the Marc Toussaint Combo. See who’s performing each night on their events calendar. On the menu, you’ll find delicious craft cocktails, an expansive wine selection, and delicious southern meals such as shrimp scampi or steak diane.

Arts and Entertainment

#7. Satchmo at the Waldorf

15650 Addison Road, Addison, TX 75001

It is the last week to see Satchmo at the Waldorf! At WaterTower Theatre! SATCHMO AT THE WALDORF is a one-man, three-character play in which the same actor portrays Louis Armstrong, the greatest of all jazz trumpeters; Joe Glaser, his white manager; and Miles Davis, who admired Armstrong’s playing but disliked his onstage manner. It takes place in 1971 in a dressing room backstage at the Empire Room of New York’s Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, where Armstrong performed in public for the last time. just four months before his death. Reminiscing into a tape recorder about his life and work, Armstrong seeks to come to terms with his longstanding relationship with Glaser, whom he once loved like a father but now believes to have betrayed him, and Davis’ criticisms of him as a fellow Black artist. The show runs from April 17th through April 28th with performances at the Addison Theatre Centre. View showtimes and purchase tickets here.

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