Event Menu

Dec. 28-31

Z'Tejas Grill (1110 W. Sixth, 478-5355) presents the Art of the Cocktail with distinctive cocktails created by Tipsy Texan blogger David Alan. Live music and half-price appetizers will complement the sophisticated cocktail menu every Sunday night. Sunday, Dec. 28, 5pm to close.

• After wandering for almost two years, those wacky girls from Ararat Mid-East Fusion have finally found a permanent kitchen Downtown. They'll celebrate their new home upstairs at Headhunters (Eighth & Red River, www.headhuntersclub.com) on New Year's Eve with the full Ararat Experience (food, tarot readings, henna painting, palm reading, hookah lounge for $15 per person before 11pm and $10 after) and then serve dinner there Thursday through Saturday evenings starting in January. Wednesday, Dec. 31, 8pm-2am.

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