Hi, Roselle here! I enjoy date nights with my husband, and a break from the kids provides a good balance. We are residents of Irving and are looking forward to First Friday Date Nights at Irving Heritage Crossing, the first Friday of each month. 

First Friday Date Night

Take a time out on the First Friday of the month to visit one of the 5 downtown restaurants, listen to some live music at the Texas Musicians Museum and visit some of the local shops. Trying something new each month will be easy and fun.

Texas Musicians Museum Keyboard Sidewalk

The Texas Musicians Museum is fairly new to downtown Irving, but you can't miss it, it's the only building with a giant piano keyboard serving as a sidewalk. The museum has a great mix of music memorabilia from country to jazz. Live music here is a popular destination for locals and I can’t wait to check out the calendar for upcoming artist that will be playing. They always have special entertainment on First Friday, so be sure to stop by. 

Participating restaurants include, Sapp Sapp Thai, Glory House, Big State Fountain & Grill, Villa Grill, and Di Rosani’s. I like how diverse these 5 restaurants in Downtown Irving are and how they embrace the fact that Irving is one of the most diverse zipcodes in DFW.

First Friday Date Night

Each of the 5 restaurants will be offering a special on these fun evenings.

Walk down Main Street and visit the unique shops that will stay open late for this fun new tradition.

On the Boulevard Gifts and Antiques will have a tax free sale going on in the store with savings up to 50% off merchandise. Follow them these social media outlets for more information on upcoming deals on Facebook, @ontheboulevardgifts Instagram and @otbgifts Twitter.

Also, make sure to swing by Heritage Treasures and FJS Vintage & Antiques for the full antiquing experience. On The Boulevard Gifts, Antiques & Collectibles

Discovering Irving with a date will be fun and something to look forward to. Mark your calendar for these fun evenings each month! 

P.S Just for a little fun, since this Friday, March 2, is Texas Independence Day, you are encouraged to wear  jeans and boots.