Beer, Wine & Spirits in Balch Springs


Two-Hour Wine-Education Class for One, Two, or Four from In Home Wine Tasting 4 You (50% Off)

In Home Wine Tasting 4 You

Lakewood

Up to 20 guests learn about wine and how to savor and appreciate it more during a Saturday wine class

$20 $10

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One-Hour Wine Education Class with Food Pairing for 2, 6, or 10 at Stoney's Wine Lounge (Up to 67% Off)

Stoney's Wine Lounge

Stoney's Bottled Bargains

Guests learn about different varietals as they sip on wines and taste different cheeses and charcuterie

$57 $25

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Ghost Tour for Two, Two Adults and Two Students or Children, or Up to Eight at D'Vine Wine (Up to 53% Off)

D'Vine Wine

Grapevine

Attendees learn about Grapevine's haunted history on walking tour; includes glass of wine

$40 $21

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Distillery Tour for Two or Four Plus Souvenir at Witherspoon Distillery (50% Off)

Witherspoon Distillery

Witherspoon Distillery

Tour guides give folks a behind-the-scenes look at how whiskey and rum are made.

$50 $27.50

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$125 for Eight Wine Workshops with Wine-Glass Souvenir at WineStyles ($265 Value)

WineStyles

Flower Mound

Over the course of eight workshop sessions, budding sommeliers learn about varietals from various regions, enjoying tastings and appetizers

$265 $125

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Fort Worth Stockyards Ghost Tour at Cowtown Winery (Up to 53% Off)

Cowtown Winery

Cowtown Winery

Paranormal activity abounds throughout the Fort Worth Stockyards as tours pass the sites of hangings, shootouts, bordellos

$40 $21

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Winery Tour Package for Two or Four with Snack and Individual Customized Wine Labels (Up to 54% Off)

Sunset Winery

Sunset Winery

Winery tours explore winemaking and the bottling process while visitors enjoy pizza and sweets; take home souvenir labels

$60 $29

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$12, $22, or $30 for a Guided Winery Tour for 2, 4, or 6 at Lost Oak Winery (Up to 50% Off)

Lost Oak Winery

Lost Oak Winery

Tour the winery to sample wine before sipping five varietals during tastings

$20 $12

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Select Local Merchants

Times Ten Cellars It was April 2005 when planters began the painstaking task of rooting 7,000 vines in the rich, rocky soil of Cathedral Mountain Vineyard. Situated just 19 miles south of Alpine, Texas, the location was ideal––plentiful sun and chilly nights would sustain the Tempranillo, Syrah, Grenache, and Mourvedre vines until the grapes were ready for harvesting. That day finally arrived in 2006, when cultivators descended upon the vineyard to reap the first fruits destined to become Times Ten Cellars' Spanish- and Rhone-style wines. These may seem like extraordinary lengths to go to for a decent pour, but one look at Time Ten’s wine list is all it takes to realize its founders’ fondness for Texan-born wines knows no bounds. At the tasting bar, guests can sample limited-release wines such as Cathedral Mountain Vinyard's Dessert Red or Vino de Piedra, alongside other domestic vinos from the Lone Star State, as well as those from California and––on occasion––even Italy. On select nights, jazz music drowns out the chorus of sipping rising up from the comfy cocoa arm chairs in the lounge, and Times Ten Cellar's also offers occasional classes for anyone looking for an excuse to expand their knowledge of wine or stick their nose in other people's glasses.
6324 Prospect Ave
Dallas,
TX
US
Craving a burger and fries? Swing in Two Corks and a Bottle and enjoy a tasty meal in a casual setting. Come prepared to feast at Two Corks and a Bottle — with no low-fat options, any diets will need to be put aside for the moment. Warm weather brings out Two Corks and a Bottle's highly coveted patio seating. Take your pet pooch along when you visit Two Corks and a Bottle — dogs are more than welcome to join their humans at the restaurant. null null Meals at Two Corks and a Bottle are moderately priced — most diners spend about $30 per person.
2800 Routh St
Dallas,
TX
US
Featuring an extensive menu of creative American food—including The Reuben 1976—Humperdinks has served the mertroplex area for 38 years. Humperdinks boasts menu items such as barbecue ribs, sustainable seafood, steaks, gourmet burgers, and original buffalo hot wings, along with a number of award-winning microbrews.
3820 Belt Line Road
Addison,
TX
US
Grab some friends and head on over to Havana Social Club for great pub grub. The menu at Havana Social Club does not include any low-fat options, so come ready to indulge. Havana Social Club's fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal. Home to one of the happiest happy hours, pop in after work for great drinks and good company. For some fresh air during the non-winter months, dine outside on Havana Social Club's patio. Ideal for large groups, Havana Social Club will make sure your party feels anything but cramped. A relatively loud restaurant, this is not the place for a quiet night out. null Ample parking is available — the nearby lot is open to diners, as is valet, if preferred. For those who choose to find their own space, street parking is also an option. Prepare to spend about $30 per person when dining at Havana Social Club.
3030 Olive St
Dallas,
TX
US
Founded in 1996 at a lone store in Carrollton, Texas, Smoothie Factory began its journey simply by selling smoothies and nutritional supplements. The menu has since expanded to include frozen yogurt, juices, and healthy meals, but the franchise—which operates out of nine states and four countries—still focuses on its original mission: meeting the dietary needs of health-conscious customers with real fruit, nutritional supplements, and nonfat yogurt. Each store mixes more than 30 flavor combinations, including Just Peachy, Very Berry, and Island Delight, a tropical blend of pineapple, banana, orange, and honey. Nutritional boosts such as caffeine, multivitamins, and fiber spin into chilled beverages to enhance weight loss and energy or give drinkers the cognitive ability to name all the stars in the universe.
13380 Preston Rd
Dallas,
TX
US
In addition to the sense of perseverance and accomplishment that comes with finishing a 5K, the organizers of the Bacon Chase have added another incentive: bacon. During their two races?the 5K Piggy Pilgrimage, which is a traditional 5K, and the 0.05K Blitz to Bacon, which is a 164-foot sprint?runners can munch on unlimited bacon bits before feasting on unlimited amounts of bacon at the finish line. Runners 21 and older can wash down the savory strips of bacon with a bloody mary, and all runners get a Bacon Chase T-shirt and a signature bacon-scented bib. The festival opens at 8 a.m. and features many bacon-themed activities, plus music. The festive day serves a greater purpose, too. Attendees will be able to register to become a St. Jude Hero, raise money for St. Jude Children?s Research Hospital, or both.
1520 Main Street
Dallas,
TX
US
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