This Week in Gluttony
These are the 5 best food and drink events in Dallas this week
Better call the boss and tell them you're going to be late to work on Friday, because the night before is jam-packed with alcohol-soaked festivities (with burgers, steak, and fried chicken to help soak it all up). If your calendar's already full on Thursday, there are still delicious events happening on Wednesday and Saturday too. Enjoy!
Wednesday, July 19
Sake & Kaiseki at Dallas Fish Market
This six-course dinner features Japanese-inspired dishes, each specially paired with sake. Courses include sake-steamed Wakasa tilefish, May Hussun, crispy rice pudding, and more. Tickets are $60, and the dinner starts at 6:30 pm.
Thursday, July 20
Monthly Cut at Dallas Chop House
Dallas Chop House is teaming up with Glass Vodka to present a four-course tasting menu paired with spirits from the Glass distillery. Courses include redfish, coffee-crusted strip loin, spiced honey-glazed duck, and a strawberry and shiso tart. Tickets are $50, and the dinners starts at 6:30 pm.
Burgers 'n' Brews Summer Series at Shake Shack
The Shake Shack locations in both Dallas and Plano are hosting guided beer pairing dinners in partnership with local craft breweries. The event features three rounds of paired Shack classics, specials, and frozen custard beer floats. Each round includes full-size portions. The Dallas event features Deep Ellum Brewing Co. beers, while the Plano event features suds from Four Corners Brewing Co. Tickets are $35, and the dinners start at 7 pm.
Revolver Beer Dinner at Farmbyrd
Details are pretty hush-hush for this one, but delicious rotisserie and fried chicken paired with Revolver beer selections is guaranteed. Tickets are $35, and the dinner starts at 7 pm.
Saturday, July 22
Two Years of Beers at Oak Highlands Brewery
Oak Highlands Brewery is turning two, and it's throwing an epic party to celebrate. The event features food by Smoky Rose BBQ, lawn games, and 30-plus beers on tap — almost every brew its ever made is coming back for this one day only. Tickets start at $30, and the celebration kicks off at noon.