Above: A pisco cocktail at Dallas’ Central 214 during last Thursday’s crawl.
Last week, I wrote about the Trail Project, a series of neighborhood “cocktail crawls” conceived by La Duni’s Daniel Guillen and Standard Pour’s Brian McCullough to showcase lesser known spirits. Tonight, the fourth of five crawls, all free and open to the public, will muddle through Dallas’ Design District and Oak Cliff neighborhoods.
This first series is built around the project’s initial sponsor, Pisco Porton, with bartenders at each stop crafting cocktails featuring the Peruvian eau de vie. Last week, the less than punctual project lazed its way through the Northpark and Mockingbird Station areas.
Tonight’s event kicks off at Meddlesome Moth in the Design District at about 5:30, to be followed by stops at FT33 and then several venues in Oak Cliff. If you’re interested in joining or just following along, you can track the trail’s whereabouts on Twitter with the hashtag #piscotrail.
— Marc Ramirez, posted 4/4/13