The Best Labor Day Food and Drink Deals in Dallas
Smokey John’s Bar-B-Que hurls its “No” Labor Day Pack (just under $ 130) so you don’t have to lift a finger to prepare a meal this holiday weekend. All you have to do: heat it up and serve. The package contains two pounds of brisket, a slice of pork ribs, a whole smoked chicken, two large side dishes, as well as rolls, sauce, and a gallon of tea or lemonade. Order by Friday, September 4th at 3pm and pick it up on Saturday, September 5th.
For something lighter, try the taco box from home TJs fish market. For $ 65, the kit feeds four to six people and contains tomatoes, cucumber, jicama salad, TJs Sriracha coleslaw, garlic-lime-corn on the cob, taco meat (optionally marinated jumbo shrimp, fillet or mahi mahi), corn and flour tortillas and a variety of taco fixings. You can (and want to) add the Margarita Alcohol Bundle for $ 35. Available from Saturday to Monday; Order by 5 p.m. the day before the preferred pick-up time.
For big families and big appetites, One90 smoked meat offers special offers Whole brisket and Pig shoulders with bones on Sunday September 6th. The brisket is $ 120 (typically $ 165) and the pork shoulder is $ 69 (typically $ 100). The smokehouse also offers a special, limited edition of roasted hatch chilli and cheddar sausage. You can get these items a la carte or you can opt for the $ 60 Sunday specialThis includes brisket, sausage, mac and cheese, potato salad and all BBQ fixins.
Dickey’s grill place Offers 10 percent off catering orders of $ 100 or more using the code 10OFFCATERING through Labor Day. You can use it for yours Online order or over the phone.
If you’re looking for healthier (and vegetarian-friendly) options for cooking, True food cuisine offers a fresh alternative to grilling with its Labor Day Takeout Box. The meal costs $ 70 and feeds five people. It includes an heirloom tomato and watermelon salad, grilled chicken avocado wraps or jackfruit salad wraps of your choice, and quinoa brownies with dark chocolate. Add a $ 15 bottle of wine and name it a day. The restaurant takes orders on-line.
One of the newest Filipino pop-ups from Dallas, House, has a delicious BBQ kit that is perfect for Labor Day. It contains: six self-made longanisa sausage pusher with homemade pandesal rolls, atchara (pickled coleslaw) and sriracha kewpie as well as potato salad with salted egg, baked Filipino-style mac with Spam, vegan “bistek” King Oyster mushroom steaks, ube calamans and a refreshing lemon brownies -Cooler. Pre-order online ($ 70) and pick it up at either The Weed Spot or Marie’s Kitchen.
Labor Day events
The free man Deep Ellum celebrates Labor Day with live music all weekend. Friday night there will be performances by LockJohnson and Friends, Verb Kulture’s Revolution, Funk Project and Peter Rioux Group. Saturday begins with the drag brunch All Tea, No Shade from 12 to 3 p.m. That evening Shelley Carrol Electrik Band, Dos Negro and The Free Loaders perform. The weekend ends on Sunday with BeatStreet Poetry Live from 5pm to 8pm and a performance of Sputacular at 10pm
Sneaky Pete’s Texas invites you to celebrate Labor Day on Lake Lewisville. The patio restaurant on the lake offers live music on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays. There is also a pool on the terrace that is open for swimming.
The rustic is watching the holiday by offering $ 5 worth of frozen cocktails on the weekend. As usual there will also be live music. There is no cover.
Canvas Dallas There will be a Labor Day pool party on Monday from 2pm to 6pm. The rooftop pool bar offers music by DJ M * Knight, as well as snacks and craft cocktails. Tickets are $ 25 per person.
Mutt’s Canine Cantina has a Hair of the Dog Labor Day Brunch on Monday 11 am-1pm the restaurant offers $ 3 Bloody Mary and Mimosa for the vacation. The full menu will be available.
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