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Dark Drinking

Finally a story this Friday to pep me up a little: Thrillist gives us the nod about Monday night partying in New York - in the dark. A bunch of bars are switching off their lights, cutting their prices to commemorate the third anniversary of Ye Old New York Black Out. Thillist says:

Participating bars throughout Downtown will slash drink prices and, for historical accuracy, douse their electric lights. To keep you from tripping over a chair and suing, the bars will provide luminescence with candles, flashlights, and rags dipped in whale tallow. As for your booze savings, you can use it to replace the food that's been rotting in your refrigerator since August 14, 2003.

PSFK's Guy Brighton's Account Of The Blackout

August 11, 2006 in Drink, For Fun | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack

Pizza Wine

Pizza vinoWe see a lot of efforts to "make wine easy" - now we see wine 'made' for a certain food. Frank 151 have a review of a wine called Pizza Vino that's been selected and marketed to be that perfect accompaniment to a slice of Meat Feast.

Pizza Vino is now available in a Cabernet Savignon and a Pinot, two reds that are known for their ability to pair with food... Pizza Vino was a hit. Frank and friends alike found it smooth and fruity, a good compliment to any barbeque. Needless to say, we finished a couple of bottles before the grill cooled off.

Pizza Vino
Frank151 Reviews "Pizza Vino"

July 14, 2006 in Drink, Eating | Permalink | Comments (0)


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June 26, 2005 in Drink, Home Stuff, Stuff | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack