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Into The Weekend Oak Cliff Style: Urban Street Bazaar and Opening Party at We Are 1976

The hubs and I are off to Austin this weekend to celebrate our anniversary (how’s that for going against traffic?), but if we were hanging around town, in between watching the big game (we both went to UT), we’d be hitting Oak Cliff for our weekend fun.

First we’d pop into Bolsa Mercado where I’d get the beet/fennel/goat cheese salad (I literally dream about this salad…it’s that good) and the green juice, while the rest of my crew tuck into some seriously tasty sandwiches.

Then we’d make our way over to Indie Genius’ Urban Street Bazaar (313 W. Davis St.) happening on Saturday from noon-8 p.m. and Sunday noon-4 p.m where we’d shop for handmade goods by local creative peeps.

(Image via Daniel Walker.)

After the shopping, we’d scoot over to Emporium Pies for a slice of their otherworldly “Lord of the Pies” and some french press coffee. Then we’d waddle across the street to the opening party for the new Bishop Avenue location of one of our favorite haunts, We Are 1976. The celebration starts at 6 p.m. on Saturday and promises all sorts of merriment.

Of course, given that we’ll be celebrating 12 years of marriage in our favorite city (besides Dallas of course), we won’t actually be doing any of that.

But you should, and then we can live vicariously through you.

Cool?

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