Watertrade Brings Bartender Collaborations For Women’s History Month: Cocktail Bar Sisters Serve It From Their Shelves

The cocktail bar sisters serve it from their shelves

water tradethis intimate Japanese-style cocktail bar adjoining Otokoruns a series of pop-up windows to women’s history month.

Is it beautiful or is it beautiful?

Every Tuesday – a day when they are normally closed – features Watertrade’s resident bartender, Nadia Hernándezwith another local and legendary bartender for shaking fancy cocktails using only female-led breweries, wineries and tea farms on the menu.

This will happen from 6-8 p.m. every Tuesday in MarchYes, except March 15.

(A little something else is happening in town that week, we hear.)

This month-long wonder will be a walk-in event only, so it’s a great opportunity to enjoy the bar in an intimate setting, and they’ll also have food available. More importantly for your drinking pleasure, here is who will be collaborating with mixologist Hernandez:

1st of March: Danae Paskero of at Frazier and Red rose
8 March : Tacy Rowlandformer managing director of midnight cowboy
March 22: Erin Ashforddirector of beverages Olamaie
March 29: Whitney HazelmyerOtoko’s first bartender

And, let’s not forget to mention: Watertrade has the largest selection of Japanese whiskey, spirits, shochu and sake in Texas.

Kanpaiyou all !

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