Be Watching Yu As The Rangers Prep For Opening Day In Frisco.
Dallas is a city known for its many dining options. And, in addition to the loads of quality restaurants all over town, there are a few interesting eating opportunities always presenting themselves. Nights like tonight just prove it.
For those who are often overwhelmed by the wide selection and cost of cheeses at places like Central Market, Scardello is hosting a cheese tasting class tonight that will help attendees discern between high quality cheeses. Over at the Frontiers of Flight Museum at Love Field there's a big foodie event featuring the signature dishes from over two dozen of the city's top restaurants. And, on the lower brow end of the spectrum, La Grange will be offering its signature tacos for half-price tonight.
But nothing compares to the taste of a hotdog when you're in the stands of a ballpark. And tonight in Frisco, you'll have a perfect opportunity to experience just that.
Frisco Roughriders vs Texas Rangers at Dr Pepper Ballpark
For their final tune-up before the season gets officially underway on Friday, the Texas Rangers will be playing an exhibition game against their minor league affiliate the Frisco Roughriders. It will also mark Yu Darvish's first start in North Texas before making his MLB debut next Monday.
April Fool's Cheese Class at Scardello
Do you really think there is no difference between handmade and factory-made cheeses? Blasphemy! If you still can't taste the difference after tonight's cheese tasting class at Scardello, than you just might be the April Fool the event was named after.
Dining Out in Dallas at Frontiers of Flight Museum
Tonight, the signature dishes of 28 of Dallas' top chefs will be available for sampling at this charity event. Restaurants like Abacus, Bailey's Prime Plus and III Forks will be represented, and proceeds will benefit the Texas Neurofibromatosis Foundation.
Half-priced food at La Grange
Tacos on the cheap!
All Shall Perish at Trees
The most common descriptor applied to Oakland metal band All Shall Perish is the term “deathcore,” and, really, let's face it: Their speed-metal rhythm guitars, constant soloing, persistent double bass drumming and squealing pig-style vocals could be described as little else.