Starting November 3rd through December 19th, Mockingbird Station will host events & feature promotions Mon-Friday from 5pm-9pm. The website currently only lists the events happening for November - I'll post December events as soon as they are made public. Valet parking is free, however, parking has never really been a problem on weeknights at Mockingbird Station. I guess holiday's can get pretty crazy though; the valet parking is an added bonus if you find yourself circling the track.
Monday | Family Night - Every Monday starting at 7pm Angelika will be featuring films on the Mezzanine for the whole family. Chairs & heaters are provided, but feel free to bring blankets, or chairs. Make sure to bring cash for concession.
11/03 - The Wizard of Oz (1939)
11/10 - Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)
11/17 - Singing in the Rain (1952)
11/24 - Parent Trap (1998)
12/1 - Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
12/8 - How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
12/15 - Home Alone(1990)
Tuesday | Foodie Night - One of Mockingbird Station's featured restaurant chef/owners will host a free cooking demo starting at 6:00pm.
11/04 - Rockfish Seafood Grill
11/11 - Cafe Express (tentative)
11/18 - Reikyu
11/25 - Urban Taco
Wednesday | Deals & Discount Night - 20% of purchases over $100 at Ann Taylor Loft; 20% off at Movida, and Silver Moon; 15% off all merchandise at Bitanno, Francesca's Collections, and Paperie & Company. Free gift wrap is also available for all purchases at Paperie & Co.
Thursday | Live Music Night - Starting at 5pm on the Mezzanine there will be live music from local bands and musicians, and happy hour specials at select restaurants.
Friday | Date Night - From 5pm-9pm Cafe Express, Urban Taco, Trinity Hall, and Margarita Ranch will be having couples only specials on food and drinks. Starting at 7pm Angelika will be showing a romantic love film on the Mezzanine level.
11/07 - King Kong (1933)
11/14 -Love Story (1970)
11/21 -Some Like It Hot (1959)
11/28 - Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
12/5 - It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
12/12 - The Princess Bride (1987)
12/19 - Edward Scissorhands (1990)
But don't forget about the kids. Bring an unwrapped toy and then stay for the fun! Seriously, how sexy would that be for a date to donate a toy before watching an old movie under the stars? Okay, as long as he is sincere and not just doing it to impress you. That would be cheesy ...eh, but still cute.
5331 E Mockingbird Ln
Dallas, TX 75206