Summer is a great time to get out and enjoy the sights and sounds of the West Village in Uptown Dallas. From outdoor movies to food tours to weekly specials – there’s something for everyone and every day of the week! Looking for things to do? Read on to discover some of our favorite summertime activities.
Love hookah? Baboush offers Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 4 – 7 p.m., including half-priced hookah and drink specials. While you’re there, try the Baboush Mezza Platter – a delicious plate of all the spreads: Babaganoush, Hummus, and Moroccan Sweet Tomato Spread and pita bread, with Falafel and Moroccan Olives.
At Public School 214, enjoy carafes of Mimosa, Beermosa, Michelada or Bloody Mary every Saturday and Sunday. Make it a date! They also offer brunch menu options from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., and you absolutely must try the Fried Chicken & Green Chile Cornbread Waffles. With bacon red-eye gravy, maple syrup, and topped off with a fried egg – it’s a taste you don’t want to miss!
Enjoy outdoor summer evening entertainment every 3rd Wednesday night.
The popular summer movie night at the South Alley in West Village is back! Screening FREE movies – with live entertainment before the movie begins. Gather family and friends and bring your own blankets and chairs to enjoy the movie. West Village’s restaurants will provide a cash bar and snacks will be available for purchase. Film presentations include The Wedding Singer, Julie & Julia, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Mean Girls, and The Greatest Snowman. Live entertainment begins at 7:00 p.m. and movie screenings begin at 8:30 p.m. Come out and enjoy a great film, delicious food, and the West Village sights.
Tuesday and Thursday just got a whole lot more fun! Food Tours of America Dallas already offers several amazing food tour options. Our newest tour of artsy Deep Ellum features generous tastings from some delicious restaurants – enough for lunch or dinner.
The tour also includes shopping stops at local food artisans and optional cocktails at favorite local eateries. Photo opportunities in front of Deep Ellum’s colorful murals along with a narrated history of the neighborhood’s street art and jazz roots are also a part of the experience. With easy walks between tastings, your three-hour tour is narrated by local, professional guides and allows plenty of time for socializing. Be sure to come hungry, as Deep Ellum food does not disappoint. Deep Ellum Foodie Tours start on July 1. Book now!
Check out the 25 best things to do in Dallas on thecrazytourist.com, featuring Food Tours of America, amongst other fun things to do in “The Big D.”