From Lent-friendly fare at Mission Taco Joint, to an evening of jazz at Evangeline’s — here are five things to do this weekend in the Central West End!
Celebrate National Strawberry Day | Rush Bowls
Thursday, February 27
7 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Did you know today is National Strawberry Day? Yes, there’s an entire day dedicated to this delicious fruit! If you’d like to celebrate the occasion, head over to Rush Bowls for a FREE strawberry topping. This offer is valid all day long, so grab your favorite smoothie bowl and pile on the strawberries.
Try a New Taco | Mission Taco Joint
All Weekend Long
Whether you’re observing Lent or just looking to try something new — Mission Taco Joint has you covered! They just unveiled the “salmon taco” as their new feature! It’s made with Jamaican jerk rub and topped with Scorpion chile aioli, before being stuffed into a fresh flour tortilla. Stop by this weekend to give it a try! While you’re there, wash it down with MTJ’s brand-new Private Label Blanco Tequila.
Attend a Trunk Show | Eye Roc Eyewear
Saturday, February 29
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Don’t miss this special Lear Year Trunk Show at Eye Roc Eyewear! Join them on Saturday, February 29 and they’ll help you find the perfect pair of glasses. Shop the new collection by Erkers 1879 — a family company that has dedicated their lives to the art of beautiful eyewear. They’ll also have eye exams available from 3 to 6 p.m. (walk-ins welcome).
Shop for a Cause | Kendra Scott
Sunday, March 1
You’re invited to charity cookie selling and shopping event at Kendra Scott! Pop into the store this Sunday for hot cocoa and Girl Scout cookies! It’s the perfect opportunity to get a head start on your Mother’s Day shopping, while also supporting St. Louis City Troop 3973. 20% of all store purchases between 2-4 p.m. will go directly to Troop 3973.
Enjoy an Evening of Jazz | Evangeline’s Bistro & Music House
Sunday, March 1
Fight the Sunday Scaries and close out your weekend with a fun evening at Evangeline’s! It’s the first Sunday in March, which means the Jazz Troubadours are back in the house to keep you entertained. The Jazz Troubadours play a wide variety of jazz from every era of America’s indigenous music. Pull up a seat, grab a bowl of gumbo, and enjoy the show!