The Distillery Comedy Tour at Balcones
Laughs are on tap for this nationwide tour that has already hit 900 breweries, wineries and distilleries across the U.S. More than a dozen New York and L.A. stand-ups are currently on the road, sampling the local fare, local brews and providing the finest and funniest in comedy entertainment. This stop at is set to feature a lineup whose credits include top festivals, TV and major club appearances.
Blooms & Booze at BlackEyed Distilling Co.
FORT WORTH, TX: Ready for some Texas sized fun? Grab some friends and head over to BlackEyed Distilling Co. in historic Fire Station No. 5 to learn step by step instructions on how to build your beautiful floral arrangement. You will create and take home a stunning arrangement made with seasonal blooms, exert tips and tricks, and an evening out to remember!
Grateful Geezers - LIVE at Railean Distillery
Don't miss the Grateful Geezers as they rock the house at The Buccaneer! This band is amazing! Great drink specials all night.
For our inaugural iteration, join us for this heavenly Hill Country mash-up where culinary-meets-country. Bryan’s on 290 from Johnson City will take over our kitchen for a multi-course dinner with rustically-refined drinks designed by our team.
Chef Bryan Gillenwater debuted his bungalow-based Johnson City restaurant to rave reviews, furthering what Treaty Oak has known all along: the Texas Hill Country offers some seriously awesome cuisine!
Our evening together will open with a welcome cocktail and appetizer followed by five courses from Chef William Rivera of Bryan’s on 290, perfectly paired with craft cocktails using Treaty Oak Ghost Hill Bourbon, Waterloo No.9 and Old Yaupon Gins, plus red and white wine from Treaty Oak’s own label.
We’re thrilled to partner with Bryan's on 290 for this first of many exciting pairing dinners, highlighting the ever-evolving eats and sips of Central Texas.
Cocktails and appetizers will be served at 6PM followed by the 5 course paired dinner.
Ryan Paul Davis at Desert Door
Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, singer/songwriter Ryan Paul Davis blends traditional blues and folk music with poetic lyricism and imagery. Often pressing the boundaries of roots and blues genres, his songwriting is characteristically reflective, raw and emotive. Throughout his career, Davis has drawn a wide range of comparisons, from the rustic stylings of Robert Johnson to the intensity of Curt Cobain.
Relocated to rural East Texas, Davis is more troubadour than recluse, performing over 200 shows a year across the Southern and Midwestern U.S. Typically armed with primitive foot percussion and custom-built guitars gifted from his father, he is best known for his gritty and soulful live performances. He has shared the stage with the likes of Bob Schneider, Gary Clark Jr., Ian Moore, Hubert Sumlin, and W.C. Clark among others. Davis has been featured in numerous southern festivals such as Austin’s SXSW Music Festival, the Red, White and Blues Festival, and the Texas Blueberry Festival. In addition to touring, he is currently working on his fourth studio album, scheduled for release in 2019.
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