Thursday, September 27, 2012 , Updated 1:15 p.m., October 4, 2012
Design District’s first pop-up outdoor market is October 4
Guests who walk or bike to the event will get a 25 percent discount on a T-shirt.
Next Thursday — that’s October 4 — Cole Street in the Design District will shut down for a pop-up outdoor market event.
According to a press release that went out on Wednesday, Deep Ellum Outdoor Market and Jim Lake Companies are teaming up to host the Design District Market closing Cole between Dragon and Slocum from 5-10 p.m. “to make way for street vendors, live music, food trucks, activities and local beer.” Admission is free.
It’s the first of what the organizers hope will be a recurring event.
The press release says these food trucks will be there: the Butcher’s Son, Easy Slider Truck, The Belgian Waffle Co., Bombay Chopstix, Tutta’s Pizza, Eat Jo Dawgs, and Rockstar Bakeshop.
Peticolas, Lakewood, Revolver, Rahr, and Deep Ellum Brewing Companies will be serving beer, and Armadillo Ale Works will be offering two of their homemade sodas.
Of course, several Design District businesses will be among the vendors, including f. is for frank, The Wooden House, GrassRoots Design, Top Drawer Interiors and EGallery Studios.
There’s an incentive for the greener among us: Guests who walk or bike to the event will get a 25 percent discount on the limited edition Design District Market T-shirt.
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