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Weekend Guide: Wear Your Costume Everywhere Edition


Halloween is upon us, but that doesn’t mean you have to put on a costume to enjoy yourself this weekend. Not that you can’t wear your Cruella de Vil outfit to Klyde Warren Park for a food fest or to Deep Ellum for some goat yoga. You can totally do that. In fact, if you do, please send us the photographs.

Saturday, October 27 | Klyde Warren Park

Dallas celeb chef Kent Rathbun leads this two-day foodie fest at Klyde Warren Park. Friday night is for sponsors only, but you can get in on the action Saturday at the Grand Taste from noon to 4 PM with dozens of the areas best restaurants and chefs setting up shop for a full afternoon of bites plus plenty of beer, wine and family-friendly entertainment. Get your ticke

Sunday, October 28 | Hari Mari Deep Ellum

Did you go a little too hard at a Halloween party Saturday night? Sweat it out with some goats at Hari Mari’s store in Deep Ellum courtesy of Goat Yoga Richardson. Oh, and the goats will be in costumes. If this isn’t the most Instagram-worthy event of the fall, we don’t know what it is.

Saturday, October 27 | Oaklawn Neighborhood

There are a ton of Halloween parties going on this weekend, but this is definitely the biggest. Head to the gayborhood for a block party that takes over Cedar Springs. You can try to get into any of the clubs, but expect to wait. Or you can just walk around and take in all of the insane costumes on display.

Sunday, October 28 | LUCK

It’s hard to believe that LUCK is already turning 5. It seems like just yesterday that they were bringing craft beer to the west side of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. A lot of restaurants have come and gone from Trinity Groves, but LUCK has stuck around thanks to a devotion to North Texas beers and good food. This anniversary promises all of that on steroids, plus a reunion of jam band Shotgun Friday. Shitdang!

Saturday, October 27| Reverchon Park

We love Halloween candy as much as anyone else, but we know that we could eat some more veggies. Hence, the 2018 Texas Veggie Fair at Reverchon Park. Even if you fancy yourself a carnivore, we promise you’ll find something to love here. Plus, it’s not like we’re heading into the holiday season or anything — you need to eat healthy at least one or two more times.

Still not seeing anything that tickles your fancy? Check out our full events calendar for more great events all around Dallas.