Tate’s Craft Cocktails Making It’s Way To Uptown

by Steven Doyle

More cocktails for Dallas coming our way very soon to the Uptown area. Tate’s Craft Cocktails is slated to open mid-August, just in time to beat the Summer heat.

Tate’s is owned by the same John Tate that was CEO of several corporations such as Krispy Kreme and Restoration Hardware. 

Those not familiar with Tate‘s Craft Cocktails, it is a tiny bar in the Winston-Salem area of North Carolina that harkens back to time when great writers like Hemingway, Faulkner and Fitzgerald played up the scene that is now being revisited by so many great barmen in our area and across the country.

“I feel sorry for people who don’t drink. When they wake up in the morning, that’s as good as they’re going to feel all day.” – Sinatra

Cocktails listed on the original Tate’s website look interesting. Consider the Poblano Escobar (Jose Cuervo, Triple Sec, Pineapple Juice, Lime, Poblano Pepper) or the Spring in Saigon (El Mayor, Canton, House-Made Lavender-Honey Syrup, Lime Juice and Cranberry Juice).

In addition to cocktails they currently offer some smartly priced wines and craft beer.

Tate’s is expected to serve small plate food created by an in-house catering operation that if like their menu in North Carolina would include charcuterie, crab cakes and pork sliders.

Expect to see more on Tate’s here at craveDFW.


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