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Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: Nov. 15

Inside the new Nicole Kwon store. Photo by Raya Ramsey.

Not to freak anyone out, but Thanksgiving is next week. Do you know where you’re eating yet? Make those plans sooner rather than later.

Tonight, West Village’s newest boutique, Nicole Kwon, is having its grand opening party. Check out Raya’s photos from her sneak peek. I want just about everything, but especially like the looks from her own eponymous line, NKWON. The party offers complimentary wine and bites to aid your browsing technique, and then I’d just pop over to Union Bear to enjoy a celebratory Moscow mule and admire my spoils.

Also this evening, the Latino Cultural Center has teamed up with national nonprofit, The Joaquín Achúcarro Foundation, to present an evening of performances from up and coming local pianists. If the name sounds a little familiar, Achúcarro was in town not too long ago, performing with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Not only is this evening free, but it’s all in honor of the acclaimed Spanish pianist’s 80th birthday (celebrations are taking place across the globe). Edmundo Gonzalez Alvarado, Jose Luis Correa, Astrid Morales, and Juan S. Moreno will all tickle the ivories after a reception. For dinner, nearby Cane Rosso on a Thursday night sounds pretty ideal. Lemongrass Asian Bistro is also a solid choice.

For more to do this evening, including a pricey Eddie Vedder concert at the Music Hall in Fair Park, go here.