The Fort Worth-bred singer posts on Instagram that ‘New Years in the Funk’ in Fort Worth is where he’ll be partying for NYE. But the location’s still a secret, although it will be on the Near Southside.
Whether you’re celebrating not having to work Thursday, or showing relatives a night on the town (or avoiding them by having a night on the town), there’s a lot of action at DFW nightspots this Wednesday.
At Miracle in Cowtown, expect nostalgic holiday decorations and intricate hand-crafted cocktails of the potent variety. New York City-based pop-up bar makes its second appearance at Proper on Magnolia.
OK, so it’s only 5 years old, but Sundance Square Plaza doesn’t seem like it’s been around since 2013. This week, Sundance Square will throw a ‘Five & Funky’ party this week to mark the plaza’s anniversary.
With Halloween falling on a Wednesday this year, a lot of nightspots got started early with weekend parties. But there is still many nightlife treats out there Wednesday if you’re still in a party mood.
If it’s a Hawg Heaven item, it’s gonna have bacon, but the ‘Taternator’ goes even more whole hog with pulled pork. And then there’s the sausage. And tje brisket. All on top of a Texas-sized smoked potato.
The long-running west-side location of the Ginger Man posts on Facebook that its last day will be Oct. 21. But that’s on Camp Bowie Boulevard. “Don’t worry, funky town, we’ll be back,” the post promises.