Posts Tagged ‘Food’

Free Outdoor Movie Series at Watters Creek

Posted by    |    April 26th, 2012 at 1:19 pm

Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm is proud to announce Movies by the Creek, a series of FREE films perfect for the family and date night. The last Saturday of each month starting April 28 through October 27, bring a blanket and watch an entertaining film on a gigantic two-story inflatable movie screen located in the heart of Watters Creek on The Green, a beautifully landscaped lawn surrounded by several restaurants with overlooking patios. Be sure to get there early and come hungry to enjoy a wide variety of alfresco dining options.

Movies by the Creek start at dusk. Blankets allowed. No lawn chairs or coolers permitted. Free and open to the public. Weather permitting. Schedule subject to change.

Movies by the Creek Schedule:
April 28 – The Breakfast Club (Includes special performance before the show by The Breakfast Club Band)
May 26 – You’ve Got Mail
June 30 – Father of the Bride
July 28 – Hugo
August 25 – Sherlock Holmes 2
September 29 – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
October 27 – Despicable Me

Buy American at Watters Creek

Posted by    |    February 17th, 2012 at 2:07 pm

Watters Creek is celebrating President’s Day by reminding it’s shoppers of their retailers and restaurants that sell treats & eats that are “made in the USA.”

  • Apricot Lane carries MADE IN AMERICA from the DFW area items such as GWear recycled tops, Guitar picknecklaces made by a local artist, Bling College game-day hats and necklaces by Willow Creek Designs.
  • Bonnie Ruth’s Bistro bakes and make everything in house and get almost everything locally. Their beverages come from Oak Farms Dairy and Coca-Cola.
  • CRÚ – A Wine Bar carries cheese, beef and wines MADE IN AMERICA. They offer a “Great American Cheese Flight” which includes: St. Mary Gouda, Wisconsin—cow’s milk + herbal tones + sweet + nutty + firm creamy; Petit Frére, Crave Brothers, Wisconsin—cow’s milk + luscious velvety texture + fruity flavor; and Laura Chenel’s Chevre, Sonoma—soft goat’s milk + fresh creamy chevre + hint of grass. They also use Neiman Ranch Beef, which is Angus based breeds grown on pasture and finished on all- vegetarian feed. Neiman Ranch beef is raised traditionally, humanely and sustainably with no hormones or antibiotics on family-owned ranches. Finally, they have hundreds of wines MADE IN AMERICA.
  • Luke’s Locker carries MADE IN AMERICA brands’ like Alo, Beyond Yoga, Hard Tail, KOS*USA, Nux, Pink Lotus and Res.
  • Paciugo makes their gelato fresh daily here in our store. At corporate headquarters in Dallas, they create all of the flavors used to make their gelato. They even go to the Farmers Market in Dallas to purchase all of the fruits, veggies, etc.
  • Most if not all of SampleHouse & CandleShop our candles are MADE IN AMERICA such as Allure Home Fragrance, Aromatique, Archipelago, Aspen Bay, Circle E, Kringle Candles, LUX Candles, Orleans, Root, Trapp, Tyler, Voluspa and Votivo.
  • Sephora carries brands MADE IN AMERICA including: Amazing Cosmetics, Bare Escentuals, Bliss, Bumble & Bumble, Carol’s Daughter, Charlotte Ronson, Clarisonic, Clinique (skincare), DermaDR, Dr. Brandt First Aid Beauty, Jack Black*, Josie Maran, Kate Somerville ,La Vanilla, Murad, Ojon, O.P.I., Oscar Blandi, Ouidad, Pacifica, Perricone, Peter Thomas Roth, Philosophy, Smashbox, St. Tropez (Tanning Products), Tarte, Temptu, Too Faced and Urban Decay. Jack Black men’s skincare and shave line is not only MADE IN AMERICA, but is also a woman-owned company based out of Carrollton, Texas.

Go and shop at Watters’ Creek locally owned and created businesses!

In and Out Burger Allen, Texas Opening

Posted by    |    May 10th, 2011 at 5:24 pm

For all of you In and Out Burger Fans in Allen, wait no longer!

On Wednesday May 11th 2011 at approximately 10:30am, In and Out Burger will open its doors for double-double and animal style fanatics.  My family enjoyed a meal tonight at The Olive Garden, which is next to the new In and Out Burger, and you could see a steady stream of cars driving by taking pics, etc.

I noticed the Channel 8 van parked nearby and went over to talk to Steve Stoler about the opening.  He said, “People in North Texas find stories like the opening of an In and Out a very interesting topic.”  He was reporting live on the six o clock news.

There also was a security guard outside the doors pacing to make sure people didn’t line up for the opening.  Tonight was family night and the workers were coming out in droves with big smiles on their faces and their new uniforms and hats.

The question is . . . “Who will be the first person in Texas to eat an In and Out burger?”