Plenty of tasty events to indulge in this week, including many Father’s Day specials over the weekend. Get the details on those and more below.
Wednesday, June 17
Krupp Brothers Wine Dinner: Indulge in a five-course wine dinner at the Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse in Dallas’ West End Historic District. Executive chef and owner Tony Street welcomes Stagecoach Vineyards owners Jan and Bart Krupp as the featured guests for the evening. $100/person. Dinner begins at 7 p.m. For reservations, call 214-744-3287. View the menu here.
Thursday, June 18
Evening in the Shed: Occurring every Thursday evening in the month of June, Dallas Farmer’s Market will host an Evening in the Shed. Guests will have the opportunity to shop the market for everything local, including arts and crafts, fresh produce and artisan food. Beer, wine and live music will also be in attendance. Visit the calendar to get the scoop on who’s performing every Thursday. 4-9 p.m.
Deep Ellum Wine Walk: Combine wine drinking and shopping this Thursday at the recurring Wine Walk event in Deep Ellum. Purchase your wine passport at the Kettle Art Gallery and prepare to sip and shop throughout the evening. $10 for wine passport. Walk is 5-8 p.m.
Tastes & Tunes: Visit the new food truck series in Farmers Branch! Held at The Grove at Mustang Crossing, this event features a live band, food trucks and plenty of family fun. Free parking across the street at Dr. Pepper StarCenter & DART Station. 5-8 p.m.
Deschutes Beer Dinner: Visit Dallas Lovers Central Market and sample Deschutes Public House specialty beers with a menu that highlights seafood from the Northwest. $60/person. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Purchase tickets here.
Friday, June 19
Paleo Luau: Love meats, veggies and fruits? Enjoy all three at the Paleo Luau at Whole Foods in Addison. This tropics-inspired dinner features a wine and beer tasting, fruit salad, salmon lettuce wraps, sugar cane beef and more. $20/person. 6-9 p.m. Purchase tickets here.
Saturday, June 2o
Best Little Brewfest in Texas: The charity festival returns to Old Town Lewisville, featuring more than 80 breweries and 200-plus craft brews. In addition, discover distilled spirits, Texas wines and craft ciders. Barbecue will be on hand for purchase, as well as live music from Dixie Rex. Festival begins at 9 a.m. Purchase tickets here.
Sunday, June 21 (Father’s Day)
Below are just a few of the special Father’s Day packages being offered at Dallas-area restaurants:
CBD Provisions: Enjoy a special Father’s Day crab boil, which features Gulf blue crab, potatoes, corn on the cob, house made sausages, and bread. $45/person. For reservations, call 214-261-4500.
Greenville Avenue Pizza Company: Make a pizza for dad during this 30-minute cooking lesson. Kids will have the opportunity to make a pizza masterpiece, incorporating dad’s favorite toppings. $35/child. Noon-4 p.m. For reservations, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reunion Tower: Father’s Day package includes a GeO-Deck ticket, 4×6 printed and digital photo, BBQ platter at Cloud Nine Café, an iced tea and lemonade bar, and a car wash voucher. Purchase package here.
The Second Floor: The Westin Galleria Dallas hotel restaurant will be offering a three-meat dinner that includes house lamb kielbasa, spiced pressed pork shoulder and seared peppered ostrich tenderloin. Dad enjoys dessert for free! For reservations, call 972-450-2978.
Starbucks: Starbucks lovers can now order their favorite caffeinated beverage from their phone and pick-up in store with the Mobile Order and Pay feature in the Starbucks app. Although the feature is only available for iPhone users, Android users will be able to utilize the ordering service in the near future.
Off-Site Kitchen: Opening day for the beloved burger joint has been pushed to Thursday, June 18. Relocating from its Design District home, Off-Site Kitchen will now operate from its new Trinity Groves location in Oak Cliff.
NorthPark Center: The upscale shopping mall will be gaining a new restaurant this fall. Owners of Bolsa and Smoke in Oak Cliff will be opening the Theodore restaurant, taking Luna De Noche’s old spot. An American restaurant named in honor of Teddy Roosevelt will offer a library-style bar, vintage touches and Teddy Roosevelt-inspired eats.