Scenes From Yesterday's Wine Walk in Bishop Arts.

Wine enthusiasts and shopaholics united at the Bishop Arts District's Wine Walk last night. The summer monthly event kicked off with 20 establishments offering everything from wine to sangria spritzers and bites to eat.

For $10 — cash only– patrons received a stemless wine glass adorned with the Bishop Arts District's logo and a list of participating shops to begin their wine-infused shopping. The locations participating in the varied from boutiques, such as Zola's Everyday Vintage, to food shops, such as Dude, Sweet Chocolate. A pet store even got in on the mix. Meanwhile, Artisan's Collective, a showroom displaying works from Dallas-area artisans, offered wine and an array of cheese and breads, including olive bread handmade by a local artist.

If you missed last night's booze-and-shopping fete, no need to worry: The Wine Walk in Bishop Arts will occur the first Thursday of every month all summer long.














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