Have An Eggscellent Easter Date.

Welcome to Perfect Date Night, a weekly feature that acts as your spirit guide for going on a perfect date in what is objectively Texas’ best city, Dallas. Each week, we’ll give you a night’s worth of suggestions for a date night in a specific neighborhood, complete with recommendations for bars, restaurants, concerts, art shows, sporting events or, well, anything, really. Just make sure you include an emoji or two when you text your crush to invite them out.

Date Details.
When: This Sunday.
Duration: 3 hours.
Number of Stops: Two.
Modest Estimated Budget For Two: $75.
Ballin’ Estimated Budget For Two: $125

No matter your religious views, the coming Easter weekend is the perfect time for a family-friendly date. Here at PDN we’ve sorted through numerous egg hunts, bunny sightings and more to plan the day so you don’t have to. Kids are enough work already.

Photo via Eazi’s Facebook page.

Picnic Lunch from Eatzi’s (3403 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas). There’s a lot of good food in the area but remember, it’s Easter, so brunches will be packed, reservations hard to get, and once you throw a couple kids in the mix you’ve got a disaster waiting to happen. We’re all about making things easy for you here, so instead we’re going to pick up food at Eatzi’s so every family member can get whatever their heart desires, then head on over to Lee Park for a picnic, live music, egg hunt and eventually the main event, the Pooch Parade.

Photo via.

Lee Park Pooch Parade (3333 Turtle Creek Boulevard, Dallas). It’s a fact of life that kids love dogs. There’s no denying it, if you’ve got a kid they’ve probably asked for a dog at some point in their life and you’ve probably said no. Appease them this one time and take them on over to the Lee Park Pooch Parade. Enter a pup or just set up along Turtle Creek boulevard to watch the entrants strut their stuff in their best Easter style. Ridiculous? Yes. But proceeds go to charity and your kids (and you) will get a kick out of it.

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