Thursday, January 31, 2013
The People’s Last Stand offers Craft Cocktail workshop for your classy Valentine
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DALLAS They say that liquor is the chocolate-and-roses of the Proletariat. Actually, no one says that, but The People's Last Stand does offer its comrades a less-traditional option this Valentine's Day. If you're tired of giant bears and cordial cherries, consider slipping a little class-in-a-glass into this year's routine with a special Craft Cocktail Class on February 14. Sure, you and the object of your desire could sit stilted across a candlelit table in itchy ties or aching stilettos, or you could opt instead to get your hands dirty with one of TPLS's signature cocktails. Here are all the details, you crazy kids:
Grab that special someone or come with your favorite pals and get ready to sip the night away with a unique Valentine’s Day experience at The People’s Last Stand. The bar & bistro is shaking (not stirring) up the day of love by hosting their first Valentine’s Day Craft Cocktail Class. Couples and singles are invited to join the talented team of bartenders, led by head bartender, Alex Fletcher, for an hour-long experience where attendees will learn the art and craft behind some of People’s favorite drinks. The craft cocktail class will feature the step-by-step preparation of three house favorites (one whiskey drink, one tequila drink and one vodka drink), in addition to sampling some complimentary light bites from People’s seasonal bistro menu. The craft cocktail experience will take place at The People’s Last Stand on February 14th from 8-9pm. Tickets are available for $40 per person and RSVP’s can be made by calling 214.370.8755 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted by Brentney Hamilton
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