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This Week at Alamo Draft House: Hanksgiving, The Jerk Quote-Along, More!

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Calling all movie lovers… Here’s what’s happening this week at Alamo Drafthouse DFW!

This week is all about Tom Hanks, post-Halloween scares, and quoting along with your favorite films. Celebrate one of the most beloved actors of all time all month long with Alamo Drafthouse’s Hanksgiving. Catch 11 of Tom Hanks’ best films throughout November and get in the spirit of Giving Hanks! Halloween might be over, but the scares don’t end. Check out Terror Tuesday at the Drafthouse this week and get your fill of your favorite horror films. Find your special purpose at The Jerk Quote-Along with toy trumpets, bubbles, and E-Z serve name tags. For a full calendar listing, please visit drafthouse.com/dfw/calendar. Continue reading

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Alamo Draft House Announces Third DFW Location In Las Colinas

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Hot on the heels of announcing the second location in North Texas on South Lamar and Cadiz south of downtown Dallas, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema DFW, announces today that Las Colinas is the location for the third Alamo Drafthouse in North Texas. Alamo Drafthouse Cinema will open in the new Music Factory at Las Colinas located at Hwy 114 and Fuller Drive immediately south of the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas.   Continue reading

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Alamo Draft House Kicks Into High Holiday Gear

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Alamo Draft House Dallas is getting into the holiday spirit by showing special films that will excite those both young and young at heart. We included the fantastic line up below. Until December, enjoy the continued run of  Tom Hanks movies in the Draft House version of T.Hanksgiving.   Continue reading

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Haystack Burger and Barley Opens In Richardson

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Recently we published a list of our ten favorite burgers in Dallas. The list included mostly mom and pop operations, some who have been in business for as long as 55 years. In the past few years Dallas has become a Mecca of burgers, which certainly cannot be a bad thing. We all love a good burger, and they are certainly fun to compare and contrast the flavors of beef, bun and oozing ingredients.

Yesterday we paid a visit to a new burger outlet that only recently opened for business in Richardson. Needless to say we loved what we found or you would not be reading this text today. Haystack Burgers and Barley is owned by couples  Kevin and Jenny Galvan and Rob and Christine Wondoloski.       Continue reading

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