Great Tequilas, inventive food, and hand-rolled cigars: what’s not to like? That was the scene at Jack Allen’s Oak Hill during the annual benefit for the Lone Star Paralysis Foundation.
At an event billed as a “Tequila Bash,” dozens of folks ponied up $150 each to benefit the programs of the
Lone Star Paralysis Foundation. The reward, the opportunity to smoke hand-rolled cigars and taste foods from both Jack Allen’s Kitchens, Cover 2, Cover 3, and Barley Swine, as well as premium tequilas from Ambhar, Dulce Vida, Patron, Pepe Z, and Republic.
Ace Tequila maker and all round bon vivant Pepe Zevada of Z Tequila (Photo by Wes Marshall)
Jack Allen Round Rock Executive Chef Chris TenEyck made fantastic Hill Country quail with curry sweet potato puree, pickle mustard and local greens (Photo by W)
Rob Pate pouring Dulce Vida Tequila along with a fantastic home made sangrita (Photo by Wes Marshall)
Expert cigar rolling from Babalu Cigar Company. (Photo by Wes Marshall)
Bryce & Dylan Gilmore from Barley Swine made hay roasted beets, citrus yogurt, guajillo chile mole on a flax seed cracker (Photo by Wes Marshall)
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