Bourbon & Banter, the eclectic underground speakeasy located in The Statler Dallas, has long been acclaimed for its extensive spirits collection and masterful mixologists. Now, the iconic hideaway is inviting some of the country’s leading distillers to share their wares in a monthly series of tasting events called The Pour: An Underground Curated Spirits & Culinary Tasting Experience. The second of these events, at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 14, will feature the collection of Indiana’s Hotel Tango Distillery, the first combat-disabled, veteran-owned distillery in the United States.
In honor of Hotel Tango, Refined Hospitality Concepts, the company behind Bourbon & Banter, will match all ticket sales to the event in donations to Operation Forever Free. The nonprofit’s mission is to support veterans in Celina, TX at a level that is personalized to individual needs and any hardships they face.
Hotel Tango Distillery’s spirits will be served alongside a custom tasting menu prepared by The Statler’s Executive Chef Joel Harloff.
The tasting event is $120 per person plus tax. Seating at The Pour events is limited and requires advance reservations to be made online. Further details on this and other events at Bourbon & Banter can be found at BourbonAndBanterDallas.com.