A Quick Guide to a Successful Sunday Funday
Well hello, beauties! I know what you're thinking..finally a new post. I know it's been a while since I've posted but I honestly was going through a lot and I appreciate all of my followers/subscribers for being so understanding.
So, I decided to bring you guys a post with a few tips and tricks on how to have a successful Sunday Funday, and of course how I spent mine.
If you're unfamiliar of what Sunday Funday actually is, it's basically spending your Sunday doing things that you haven't done before. Whether that's a picnic, brunch, going out for drinks the options are limitless. My sorority sisters and I decided to start having a Sunday Funday once a month in order to explore Dallas and figure out new ways of #adulting.
To keep things simple there are a few things that you have to remember in order to have a productive day:
- Pick a location that no one has ever been to
- Pick a location that has great scenery (if you want bomb pics)
- Dress the part
- Don't be afraid to try new things
- HAVE FUN!
If you keep these "rules" in mind throughout the day I'm sure that you are going to end your night with a ton of memories and new experiences.
During our Sunday Funday, we decided to spend our day in Dallas. The first stop on our list was a restaurant called The Happiest Hour. The Happiest Hour is known as the largest patio bar and lounge in Dallas. Not to mention, they are located near Victory Park so it was the perfect place to grab a few drinks and lunch. Their food was a little pricey, but for the most part, everything was really good.
It's a really great place to visit if you want to get your bad and boojee on.
The next and final stop during our outing was a bar called Tacos and Tequila (TNT). Now personally I didn't realize how many people actually go out on a Sunday but this place was packed! I'm assuming one of the reasons they were so packed is because they were serving free crawfish with a drink purchase (so, of course, I couldn't resist).
This was a really fun bar to visit because not only was the DJ great but it was also a great place to enjoy yourself but not work up too much of a sweat. In other words you cute still have a good time without melting off your fresh beat.
Overall, I have to say that my first Sunday Funday was a big success. I was able to dress up, visit some hidden gems, and enjoy time with my friends. If you're looking for something fun to do in Dallas I would check out these spots (especially if you're 21 or older).
How would you spend your Sunday Funday? Do you have any suggestions on places that I should visit? Let me know in the comments below.
Thanks for reading,