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Join this cool Double Decker Bus Cocktail Tour of Dallas on October 17


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Master sommelier (and occasional Hatch contributor) Drew Hendricks writes that he and The People’s Last Stand are throwing a movable cocktail feast in Dallas on October 17. A double decker bus load of him, you, them and me are gonna tour Dallas, “exploring the past present and future of the Dallas cocktail scene.”  I don’t know exactly what that means, but I’m pretty sure it involves Drew, lots of liquor and a designated driver. The Libertine Bar, Black Swan Saloon, Lark on the Park, Bolsa, Windmill Lounge and William Grant distillers have all signed on as sponsors. $75 per person. More info and reservations: plsdallas@gmail.com.

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