What To Do This Weekend
Posh brunch, street tacos, and self-promotion
Get Personal at Forty Five Ten — The store transforms into a customization playground with trunk shows from some of the stores most creative brands. Stamp your leather goods with Valextra, personalize your GRLFRND denim, monogram a Kule shirt, design bespoke stationery with Bell’INVITO, make a custom Fallon choker and more. Go, you.
The Details: Forty Five Ten, 1615 Main Street. 1–3 p.m. fortyfiveten.com
Taco Libre — There are two kinds of people in this world: people who like tacos, and people who love them. Luckily for both, the Taco Libre Festival brings taquerias from all over Texas to downtown’s Main Street Garden. And there will more than food to make you happy. Entertainment includes up-and-coming bands and old-school lucha libre matches.
The Details: Main Street Garden, 1902 Main Street. Tickets and more here.
Brunch at Mirador — Fashion/foodie hot spot on the fourth floor of Mirador celebrates the start of summer with Sunday brunches through the month of May. The menu changes pace with fitting additions like caramelized brioche, herb-cured salmon, and soft scrambled eggs with crème fraîche, osetra caviar, and asparagus. And what would brunch be without a little shopping afterward? The store downstairs will be happy to oblige with new Sunday hours.
The Details: Mirador, 1608 Elm Street. Sunday-only brunch served noon–3:30 p.m. through the month of May. Click here to make reservations. Forty Five Ten will be open Sundays through May from 12–5 p.m.