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Want to learn to mix a great go-to cocktail? This Wednesday, Feb 5., Dallas Proper’s class will teach you how


Dallas Proper, the new cocktail destination in the Knox-Henderson area, launches a monthly series of “proper” cocktail classes this Wednesday with two notable mixmasters in the lead.

On Wednesday, Feb. 5, Dallas cocktail boss Brian McCullough and Dallas Proper’s cocktail creator Kyle Hilla will co-host demo at 7:30 p.m. at the bar.

For $20 per person, guests can participate in a hands-on workshop focused on how to make an Old Fashioned and a classic champagne cocktail. Of course, there will be plenty to drink. Class size is limited. Want to attend? You’ll an advance reservation.

The class is the first in a series that Dallas Proper plans to host on the first Wednesday of each month.


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