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The People's Last Stand

5319 E. Mockingbird Lane, Ste. 210 Dallas, TX 75206 | East Dallas & Lakewood | 214-370-8755

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According to the Facebook page for The People's Last Stand, they don't have any bartenders. Rather, they have a team of mixologists. The bar, located on the second floor of Mockingbird Station next to Trinity Hall, has a wide open feel. The front and side wall, both made of glass, look in on the rounded bar, large open lounge area and high ceiling. The drinks are all well thought out and carefully concocted, each with a different twist. For example, the Old Fashioned is made with maple syrup, rather than simple syrup or sugar, and it's served with a reasonable $8 price tag.


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