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Celebrate Christmas Early At Truck Yard; Robert Lyford Is Dallas Supper Club's Next Chef

Plus, cheap drinks and a Bordeaux Tripel Dunkel tapping at Capitol Pub’s eighth birthday party.

Celebrate Christmas early with about one million of your closest friends and neighbors.
Celebrate Christmas early with about one million of your closest friends and neighbors.
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LOWER GREENVILLE – If you’re dying to get the Christmas celebration started two weeks early, Truck Yard is hosting the mother of all celebrations on December 12. Starting at 2 p.m., the first 50 people in the door at Truck Yard's Mother Truck'n Christmas with an unwrapped toy can claim a free Truck Yard cheese steak. Once you’ve done your good deed,  indulge in a few Herman Marshall hot toddies or a spiked chai latte. Wear your ugly sweater for a chance to win a $200 Truck Yard gift card (that will buy a lot of cheese steaks and frozen trash can punch!) and get ready to sit on "Dwarf Santa’s" lap for the perfect photo-op for next year’s holiday card.

POP-UP WIRE  – The hush-hush Dallas Supper Club is putting on some seriously awesome dinners with talented local chefs, and the recently-announced guest chef for next month’s dinner is perhaps among the most impressive. On January 14, Chef Robert Lyford of Patina Green Home & Market will be the featured chef at Dallas Supper Club’s fifth pop-up dinner.

Each of the dinner’s six courses will be paired with Peticolas Brewing Company beers, and brewmaster Michael Peticolas will be on hand to explain the pairings. Mark your calendars now – tickets go on sale Tuesday, December 15 at 4 p.m., and according to the organizers, "typically sell out within minutes of going live." The dinner’s date and time will also be announced on December 15.


BAR WIRE – This Thursday, Uptown’s Capitol Pub turns the ripe old age of eight, and they’re planning a solid celebration of nearly reaching double-digit years in business. In addition to cheap cocktails ($5 Tito’s and Deep Eddy vodka, notably) and local, seasonal brews on special, Franconia Brewing’s Dennis Wehrmenn will tap a cask of the brewery’s Bordeaux Tripel Dunkel.

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