Kicking it Green in Dallas-Fort Worth: The People's Last Stand

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(A bartender at The People's Last Stand at Mockingbird Station in Dallas. Photo credit to cravedfw.com)     

By Jada Brazell     

Those Halcyon days of summer are upon us again. All this week, we're counting down some of the ways to kick it green this summer. These are green businesses and attraction in Dallas that can keep you or (where appropriate) the family entertained all while respecting the environment. It's green and it's fun. Leave your suggestions in comments or on facebook.    

It's easy to appreciate the intersection between 'green' and 'fun' perched atop this speakeasy-themed bar/restaurant’s eco-friendly barstools. Bartenders at The People’s Last Stand mix creative, house-made concoctions using as many locally sourced flavors and ingredients as they can get their hands on. Customers can depend on a team of highly trained bartenders to recommend a cocktail, craft beer or hand selected wine suited to their palate and choice of natural and organic culinary cuisine. Foodies are more than welcome to this low-key establishment, as The People’s Last Stand serves fine cheeses and meats, salads with locally sourced produce and signature pinini sandwiches. To top it off, the indoor/outdoor space is built with eco-friendly materials! 

The Peoples Last Stand

 5319 E Mockingbird Ln
Ste 210
Dallas, TX 75206
Mockingbird Station
(214) 370-8755
http://www.thepeopleslaststand.com/

 

More from our series on 'Kicking it Green' in DFW: 

 

Day 1: Drinks at the People's Last Stand

Day 2: Touring the Dallas World Acquariums

Day 3: Dallas Farmers' Market

Day 4: Green Lotus Spa 

 

Day 5: The Dallas Arboretum 

 


Sign up for the weekly Green Source DFW Newsletter to stay up to date on everything green in North Texas, the latest news and events. Jada Brazell is a freelance writer who also consults for fashion- and art-based businesses on branding. She has written for the Odessa American and Global Fashion News, edited for the Texas Senate and RadioShack, and contributed to several magazines and newspapers in Central and South Texas. 

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