Dallas Dining News
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Bowl & Barrel Spins out Vinyl Nights
Strike out your Sunday plans because Bowl & Barrel - Dallas is taking “Sunday Funday” to a whole new level.
On Oct. 2, Dallas’ premier bowling venue is launching weekly Vinyl Nights. From 8 p.m. to midnight every Sunday, guests can enjoy half-price bowling while grooving to the beats of vinyl DJ Wanz Dover.
Of course, drinks must be served for it to count as a true Sunday Funday, which is why Bowl & Barrel is offering half-price beer all night. Partiers may also enjoy one of their popular handcrafted cocktails, including –
· Velvet Mule – Tito’s Vodka, Velvet Falernum, ginger beer, lime juice
· French Kiss – Prosecco, St. Germain, lemon juice, house-made grenadine
· Dr. Funk – Flor de Cana, lemon, absinthe, house-made grenadine
· Four Thieves – Six-Year Bourbon, blackberry, sage, lemon
· Astoria – London dry, lime, mint, violette, ginger ale
· Manhattan – Red River Rye Whiskey, Cocchi di Torino, Temperance Cacao Sagrada bitters
Live vinyl music, boutique bowling, gourmet food, great drinks and beer specials…Bowl and Barrel has it all! So grab the crew and roll on over this Sunday to celebrate the launch of Vinyl Night, and start your new Sunday Funday tradition!
What: Vinyl Nights
Where: Bowl & Barrel, 8086 Park Ln, Ste 145, Dallas
When: Sunday nights, 8 p.m. - Midnight
Why: Half-price beer, half-price bowling and DJ Wanz Dover spinning vinyl tunes
Bowl & Barrel is located in the Shops at Park Lane in the heart of midtown Dallas.
Sugarbacon Opening October 3
Sugarbacon Proper Kitchen’s second location will open in Lakewood on Monday, October 3. Located at 6400 Gaston Avenue, the restaurant will be open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch serving fresh, uncomplicated food - a New American menu with Texas undertones.
Restaurateur Johnny Carros, COO of Corner Station Holdings – the parent company that owns both Sugarbacon Proper Kitchen and Butcher Board – says an important ingredient in the search for the right location was finding an area with a strong sense of community. Carros says, “Lakewood could not be a better perfect fit for us. We hope to be a neighborhood dining and gathering destination just like our first one off the square in McKinney.”
Chef Jason Ferraro, who took over as Corporate Chef/Partner this summer, continues with the philosophy that simple ingredients, when sourced well, can be elevated by an experienced chef to create an incredibly well prepared dish. The team feels fortunate to have attracted talented chefs with impressive pedigrees. Ferraro oversees both locations of Sugarbacon as well as Butcher Board (the chef-driven sandwich shop in McKinney) with Andrea Maricich focusing on the Lakewood restaurant as its Executive Chef. Both McKinney and Lakewood Sugarbacon have the same menu except for the specials board that changes often at each location.