Presented by The Downtown District
March 14th 6:30pm – 8:30pm
at Local Foods Downtown
420 S Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
Let’s get boozy! Join us for a Cocktail Bitters Infusions craft workshop at Local Foods Downtown. Local Foods Downtown will be providing light bites for you to munch on during the workshop, so bring your appetite!
At this Pop Shop America craft workshop we’ll be making and tasting alcohol infusions. Add banana and nut to whiskey, garlic to vodka, raspberries to gin. There are lots of great recipes and we’ll show you so many so that you can make 2 mini infusions of your very own!
Infusions take weeks to marinade so we’ll also have some pre-made infusions that you can try and get inspiration as well as a little tipsy!
Everyone will also make bitters, an alcoholic preparation that is used in traditional cocktails! These recipes are perfect for the holidays are fun to make for parties and make great stocking stuffers too.
At each Pop Shop America Workshop we listen to music, chat, and nosh on small bites locally prepared by Local Foods catering! Join us for a super fun evening and making + snacking!
We take care of all the supplies you need and you get to keep your work! You will walk away with professional quality design goods. You don’t need to be an experienced crafter to join us – we choose supplies that will lead to professional results.
ABOUT DOWNTOWN DISTRICT
The Downtown District was formed in 1995 for the purpose of revitalizing the urban core of the country’s fourth largest city. Over the past decade, the Downtown District has used a combination of public funds and private resources to catalyze area improvements focusing on the city blocks bordered by Interstate 10, Highway 59 and Interstate 45.
The Downtown District operates under the leadership of a 30-person board of directors who oversee the implementation of the District’s strategic initiatives. Funding for the Downtown District comes from a special assessment on all downtown property owners.
For more information visit www.downtownhouston.org
Thanks to the generous support from Downtown District and the delicious and light fare by Local Foods Downtown.