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Chili for a Cause; Texas Liquor Laws

Scenery at The Foundry.
Scenery at The Foundry.
Photo credit: Elliot Munoz

ADDISON—Open since 2002, Duke's Original Roadhouse is now closed, leaving a void in Addison's bar scene—particularly for bikers who enjoy midget wrestling. [CraveDFW]

OAK CLIFF—Young Texans Against Cancer present the second annual Chili Cookoff for a Cure at The Foundry, to be held on Saturday, February 23 from 2 to 6 p.m. Expect food from Chicken Scratch, beer, live music, and of course, a chili competition with a judging panel headed up by Tim Byres. Visit Eventbrite to purchase tickets or to register to compete. [Eaterwire]

DRUNK WIRE— At least one person in the Texas government wants to make your Sunday morning mimosa ritual easier: A bill has been filed for review by the Texas legislature that would allow liquor stores to be open on Sundays from noon to 10 p.m.—but don't get too excited, as apparently "the liquor lobby hasn't exactly rallied behind the cause". [Unfair Park]

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