Sat, Dec 11|
Thirty Eight & Vine
FWBS Tour de Foundry: Holiday Lights + Flights
Tour de Foundry: Holiday Lights + Flights will begin at 4 pm with a champagne toast at Thirty Eight & Vine.
Time & Location
Dec 11, 2021, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Thirty Eight & Vine, 212 Carroll St Suite 130, Fort Worth, TX 76107, USA
About the Event
The final Tour de Foundry of 2021 is here! Don your tackiest, most festive holiday sweater and join our friends at Fort Worth Bike Sharing on Saturday, December 11th at 4 pm for a bike ride full of lights, flights, bubbly and joy. This ride will start and end in The Foundry District. Foundry is anchored by Inspiration Alley, one of the top “Outdoor Art Experiences” in the United States by Forbes and over 70+ pieces of fine art to be enjoyed in everyday life. It’s an exhibition of inspiration, where culture is not only crafted but found in the most unexpected of places.
Tour de Foundry: Holiday Lights + Flights will begin at 4 pm with a champagne toast at Thirty Eight & Vine. Spread holiday cheer by toasting loud for all to hear! Hop on your sleigh (e-bike) and fly to Melt Ice Cream in Sundance Square for a flight of one-of-a-kind seasonal ice cream flavors. Ride through downtown while singing your favorite carols and snap an elfie at the Sundance Square tree. As the sun sets, we’ll take the scenic route back to Foundry, riding past some of the best holiday lights in the city before jingling all the way to Blackland Distillery. A tasting flight is sure to get you in the holiday spirit(s), while a tour of the distillery will leave you merry and bright. Enjoy Meyer and Sage’s signature grazing board in Inspiration Alley while eating, drinking and being merry as we wrap up Tour de Foundry: Holiday Lights + Flights!
The details: The route is approximately 8 miles in total. Participants will be provided a Fort Worth Bike Sharing e-bike upon arrival. Ticket price includes one glass of champagne at Thirty Eight & Vine, an exclusive seasonal ice cream tasting flight at Melt Ice Creams, a tasting flight and distillery tour at Blackland Distillery, and Meyer & Sage’s signature grazing board. Additional food and beverage purchases can be made at each stop. Ugly sweaters are strongly encouraged, and wearing one is proven to land you on the nice list.
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