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Sweetie, darling, get your hands on some sweets. Stat. We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but frosting is a vitally important food group that should be considered for that morning meal. Especially if it’s brunch, because brunch and indulgence go hand in hand. That’s why we’ve been loving Crickles and Co in the gayborhood. Not only does its location make it easy to carb-load before Sunday Funday at the bars, the restaurant’s Brunch All Day Every Day policy makes us giggle gaily with glee. Or put a smile on our face at the very least. The Denton…

We love spontaneity in our lives, but we also like routine. There’s something comforting about knowing our housekeeper comes every other Friday. That we’re going to the pizza buffet each Tuesday. And waking up at 2:30 a.m. each night to pee, what a treat. But another thing we can count on is experiencing a little Outrageous Oral every month thanks to The Dallas Way. If you’re unfamiliar with the organization, their mission is simple: to gather, organize, store, and present (in a variety of media) the complete GLBT history of Dallas, Texas. This month, Outrageous Oral, Volume 27 finds handsome superstar of…

Trust is vitally important. In life, sure, but even more so in sushi. That’s why we always get ours from establishments offering the freshest, highest quality seafood available. That’s one reason why Pōk the Raw Bar in West Village has been one of the most popular of all the poké places in the city. Their fish arrives daily on flights from all over the world.  But what you may not know is that tucked inside the fast-casual eatery is a five-seat sushi bar. Plop down here and get ready to indulge in the Pōk Trust Me menu, an omakase tasting that will dazzle each of…

Are you more Black Panther or Killmonger? Superman or Lex Luthor? Marie Osmond or Kellyanne Conway? Whether you fancy yourself a hero or villain (or a compelling mixture of the two), this weekend Dallas Eagle hosts a sexy-as-hell party of global proportions. The Heroes & Villains Costume Party & Contest, hosted by Bear Lockdown, Dallas Eagle & Eagle OutPost will feature the hottest guys around. Wear a cape. Don a mask. Break out your best superhero or villain underwear. Or put some real effort into your costume and walk away with the first prize of $50 cash and $50 to spend at Eagle…

“I’ve been ignoring my fans in Dallas for too long.” Quoth Raven, “Nevermore.” Yes, folks, tomorrow night the beloved RuPaul’s Drag Race fan favorite returns with a midnight appearance at Marty’s Live. The fab evening features performances by Nicole O’Hara Munro, Bleach, Raquel Blake, Leyla Edwards, Mulan and Sunel, plus music from DJ Chris Rodriguez. Tickets are $15 in advance for standing-room-only general admission or $125 for a VIP stage-side table for four, which includes admission to the show, four meet-and-greets with the queens and a bottle of bubbly. What a hilariously entertaining way to celebrate one of our all-time favorite holidays. We just…

One of the best brunch spots in the city doesn’t do brunch. Except on very rare occasions. That’s why we’re picking Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck as our Brunch of the Week because this April 1 is your opportunity to experience the fab cuisine at this iconic rotating restaurant during full daylight. (No foolin’!) Executive Chef Jacob Williamson offers a special three-course brunch menu with Asian-inspired dishes from 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (Reservations are required and can be made by calling 214.741.5560 or via OpenTable.) They’re going fast, so don’t delay. The special brunch runs $48 to $58 per person, depending…

Ready for the first-ever Easter in the Park at Oak Lawn Park? Sure, it’s been at the same physical location for years and years, but this marks the first time since the park’s controversial name change in 2017. However, everything you know and love is back (minus the Dallas Symphony performance from the party’s heyday, but OK). The Pooch Parade. An Easter Egg hunt for the kids. Food trucks. Music. Photos with the Easter Bunny. Monday morning hangovers. So put on a bonnet, pack a picnic and spread out a blanket. Just make sure to bring all your gays. Gotta keep some…

One of the only reasons we had a pool built in our backyard was to have a change of scenery while we drink. And to swim naked without having whistles blown by a lifeguard for “scaring the children.” So every year we seek out new cocktail recipes, new spirits and, of course, new ways to save time. Enter YUMIX cocktails to save the day on all fronts. These clever little bottles of booze actually have an interactive component that may not be obvious at first glance. Simply twist off the bottom to reveal 50ml of vodka or tequila. Then twist off the top,…

We’re so excited we could bend over and lick ourselves! (Except we’d have to be flexible enough to do that, so nevermind.) Kibble & Cocktails benefiting DFW Rescue Me and its Justice Fund returns for a seventh year. You’ve read about it here before (six times to be precise), but it’s one of our favorite fundraisers of the year because it does so much good for pups. And even though it’s always had amazing restaurants doling out nibbles, this year may be the best yet. Restaurants this year include Carbones, Chelsea Corner, Gemma, Nick & Sam’s, Sachet, Uchi and Up On Knox with cocktails provided by Casamigos Tequila, Owen’s Craft Mixers, 3…

Water, water, everywhere…but don’t worry. You should stay plenty dry. The H2O-themed Water Circus from Cirque Italia dives into town tonight for a multi-week North Texas stint that includes shows in Grapevine, Denton and Wichita Falls. It looks a lot like that other foreign cirque group’s water show, plus an inexplicable appearance by a T-Rex. But we love the weirdness—and beauty—of it all. Good thing Trump’s not trying to build a wall between us an Europe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCglUs4TFE0 Cirque Italia presents Water Circus Silver Tonight through April 1 (Grapevine) April 5 to 8 (Denton) April 12 to 15 (Wichita Falls) Tickets: $10 to…

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