The People’s Last Stand offers signature cocktails hand crafted from house made juices, bitters, syrups, infusions and mixers. Each drink is fashioned with careful attention to detail favoring locally sourced flavors and ingredients. The bar also offers a wide selection of craft brews and hand selected wines. Our Bartenders have a thorough understanding of the ingredients and process that each drink requires, enabling them to act as advisors to the customer.

The bistro menu is designed to complement the drink list. Serving the finest cheeses and meats on natural wooden platters, salads featuring local and fresh produce, flatbreads combing in-season toppings with classic sauces, and inspired entrees featuring free-range and environmentally conscious sources, we aim to stimulate the pallet of the most astute food connoisseur.

The designed space has an environmentally conscious approach using eco-friendly metal, wood, and glass as the primary building materials. Additionally, 90% of all foods, produce, and ingredients served come from natural and organic local sources.

Please join us and lounge in the relaxing and low-key ambiance that permeates from the interior to the outdoor patio.


5319 E Mockingbird Lane, Suite 210 Dallas, TX 75206
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Business Hours

  • Monday - Sunday:04:00 PM - 02:00 AM

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Three people we’d like to have dinner with: Tupac, Gandhi, and Johnny Depp. And we’ll score two out of three at The People’s Last Stand. — Daily Candy

Good atmosphere and best restaurant in Mockingbird Station. — Kelly R. (Yelp)

The point is, the guys and girls at TPLS know how to make you step outside your cocktail comfort zone, in a nice way. — FoodBitch

This is my current favorite spot in Dallas and my taste buds are begging for me to go back! The cocktails are super fresh and combine old school bar tending with innovative flavors to make an expansive cocktail menu. — Kristi N. (Yelp)

Proprietor Kartik Rathore and mixologist Omar Yeefoon, besides having names suitable to Game of Thrones, present an assertive, even swashbuckling, drinks program of bold flavors and intriguing mash-ups. — Dallas News

Christmas in a martini glass. — D Magazine

Service was wonderful and the cocktails are crafted with care. We wanted some tiki drinks and they let us download recipes on our phones so that they could make them. WOW that is definitely goin over and beyond. — Adria A. (Yelp)

If you are looking for a tasty and unique cocktail, this is the place to go! Their bartenders are extremely knowledgeable in creating and making THE beverage you never knew you wanted. — Debbie S. (Yelp)

One does not have to be wasted to enjoy the hummus or any of the other food at The People’s Last Stand. In fact, I would almost prefer to be dead sober so I could enjoy the wonderful flavors that they draft up in their uber-tiny kitchen. — OhHeyDallas

This an upscale joint with artisanal cocktails, craft beers and an upscale but not pretentious or snooty atmosphere. — Kirk P.

Whether it's the intimate space, the great tunes or the fresh ingredients luring people back again and again, it's safe to say they've hit the mark. — Pegasus News

The People's Last Stand, a restaurant-bar at Mockingbird Station, is more bar than restaurant, but its food ranks as some of the best bar grub you will ever eat. — DFW.com, http://www.dfw.com

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Why Natural and Organic?

We strive to provide our customers with the freshest, healthiest, and best-tasting drinks and food. The creativity that our team employs will be done in vain if we don't use the right ingredients. To that end, The People's Last Stand proudly uses natural and organic ingredients in the majority of our recipes and quite literally, the juice is worth the squeeze. On average, we juice between fifty and seventy-five pounds of produce a week, including lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruit, pineapple, and watermelon. In addition, our house-made syrups, bitters, and infusions all use top quality ingredients. We gladly do it so our customers don't just taste the difference, but they feel it, too.

Not only do we want our customers to enjoy their time while they're at People's, but we also want to make the next day easier on them as well. It's common practice in our industry to use cheaper, manufactured mixtures as a substitute for fresh ingredients. The result? A hangover with a vengeance. Our bodies are not designed to break down the high fructose corn syrup, additives, or preservatives that we consume too often. We aren't purists, however; we know the only true way to avoid a hangover is to drink responsibly and get enough rest. Although the alcohol will make us all look better, the fresh ingredients will help us feel better, too.