This summer, we’re introducing our handcrafted menu by taking to the road to discover and share the best of handcrafted America. And you’re invited. #SummerOfFridays

Cassie MacGregor, Milliner

The very first hat Cassie ever made, she nailed. At that moment, she said, “This might be my thing.” Twelve years and hundreds of fedoras, cloches, Derby hats, and newsboys later, we can confirm that yes, this is her thing. In her quaint studio, House of MacGregor – in the trendy Bishop Arts District of Dallas – you’ll find her shaping, steaming, embellishing, and custom “hand fiddling” all types of hats that are adorning the heads of stylish Dallasites.

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All Hands on Deck

Baltimore was dubbed “Clipper City” for a reason: When you look out at the harbor, you’ll see a boatload of, well, sailboats and smiling faces willing to take you out to the big blue drink. So if you’re in B’more, get off the road and on the open water. Raise the mast, hoist the jib, and enjoy the salty Chesapeake Bay air.

All Hands on Deck

Baltimore was dubbed “Clipper City” for a reason: When you look out at the harbor, you’ll see a boatload of, well, sailboats and smiling faces willing to take you out to the big blue drink. So if you’re in B’more, get off the road and on the open water. Raise the mast, hoist the jib, and enjoy the salty Chesapeake Bay air.

Raising the Bar

It’s time to raise a glass to those who keep the spirits flowing – and our spirits going: our Fridays bartenders. These guys and gals mix the skill of technique with the freshest of ingredients and the finest of spirits to bring you not just a masterfully crafted cocktail but a wonderful social experience. The job requires equal parts knowledge and expertise, along with a passion for understanding and serving people. As Kurt Moody, one of the beverage team leads, describes it, “We’re in the business of people-watching. In just one shift, you’ll see every personality and mood walk into your bar. Our job is to get to know them and adapt to them so they feel welcomed. More relaxed.”

And that’s why we thank you. To the bartenders!

Type Casting

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Don’t be fooled: If you’re having a conversation with Dallas-based hand letterer David Styler, he may have his nose buried in a sketchpad, but he is listening. He promises. To him, doodling and listening are like walking and talking. If you’ve been following our Tumblr, you’re already familiar with his work: any hand lettering you see is his.

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Hotlanta, Here We Come

Outkast’s shout-out to “ATL, Georgia” at Forecastle Music Festival in Louisville made one thing certain: Atlanta had to be our next stop. In a city with enough creative minds to be crowned the hip-hop capital of the world, there are bound to be some great food, drinks, and handcrafters. And those just so happen to be exactly what we’re looking for.

Hotlanta, Here We Come

Outkast’s shout-out to “ATL, Georgia” at Forecastle Music Festival in Louisville made one thing certain: Atlanta had to be our next stop. In a city with enough creative minds to be crowned the hip-hop capital of the world, there are bound to be some great food, drinks, and handcrafters. And those just so happen to be exactly what we’re looking for.


Tacos in Texas

In Texas, tacos aren’t just a meal option – they’re a lifestyle. Here, you’ll find breakfast tacos, lunch tacos, and dinner tacos. Need a snack? Tacos. Late-night hunger pangs? Tacos. Craving dessert? You guessed it. Texans will make a taco out of almost anything. Just wrap it in a corn or flour tortilla, and there you go. If you’re road-tripping through the state, just pull over at any taco stand, and you can’t go wrong.

Tacos in Texas

In Texas, tacos aren’t just a meal option – they’re a lifestyle. Here, you’ll find breakfast tacos, lunch tacos, and dinner tacos. Need a snack? Tacos. Late-night hunger pangs? Tacos. Craving dessert? You guessed it. Texans will make a taco out of almost anything. Just wrap it in a corn or flour tortilla, and there you go. If you’re road-tripping through the state, just pull over at any taco stand, and you can’t go wrong.

Shiny Happy Trailer

Most people’s adolescent years are filled with angst and uncertainty. But Molly Sharp had a crystal clear dream: to become a jeweler. Her self-proclaimed obsession with jewelry started early and has finally been realized: She and her husband recently completed the renovation of a 1966 Airstream trailer that she dubs a “traveling jewelry store.” It marks the opening of The Silver Soul, a “fun, funky, little place” that’s at once a workshop, a retail space, and a shiny start to the couple’s bright future.

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