Join The Red Headed Stranger at the House of Blues.
We hate to sound like we're repeating ourselves, but it is beginning to come to our attention that Tuesdays in Dallas really do make for good cheap date nights. It sort of makes sense, too: It's positioned perfectly between Monday (which boasts plenty of food and drink specials) and Wednesday (which typically features a significant amount of interesting things to do). Thus, like the middle slice of a Venn diagram, Tuesday allows one to experience the best of both.
Take tonight, for instance, when you and your significant other can enjoy dancing and $1 drinks in Denton or half-price sushi and a free comedy show in Deep Ellum. Big spenders can, of course, opt to check out that Willie Nelson show at House of Blues — but, of course, thrifty you knows the best way to impress your date is to find a way onto Willie's tour bus for his pre- and/or post-show “celebrations.”
Willie Nelson at House of Blues
Willie Nelson plays in town a lot. So it would seem as if, at least according to our rudimentary knowledge of high school economics, the great supply of Willie Nelson performances would lead to either a decrease in the demand for ticket buyers or a reduction in ticket prices. But, seeing as Shotgun Wilie is considered by many (ourselves included) to be the greatest Texas musician of all time, maybe the $62 to $91 ticket range for tonight's show doesn't seem all that outrageous.
Open mic night at Dallas Comedy House
Whether you've lost a bet and now have to try your hand a stand-up comedy for the first time or you're just looking for a cheap place to take a date, Dallas Comedy House's Tuesday open mic night has got you covered. The weekly show, which features comedians of all skill-levels, is free to attend, and, perhaps more importantly, free to participate in.
Two for one sushi at Deep Sushi
Answer the age old two-for-one question: Do you save yourself some dough, essentially eating for half-price, or do you spend what you already planned and gorge yourself like a king?
Couples Going '90s at Rubber Gloves
Picking up where Chris P's longtime Tuesday night Rubber Gloves weekly Singles Going Steady left off, Yeahdef takes over the reigns with the recently re-branded Couples Going '90s. With dollar wells all night, it won't require too much dough before you're lubed up enough to break out The Carlton on the Rubber Gloves dance floor tonight.