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[What do you expect, they're Super Morons to begin with.]I am Super Stoked for this opening.
I honestly don't understand how this "mix your own drinks" thing is going to work. The gastrochic site said it's BYOB, but is that even legal? And if it's BYOB, how are they going to make any money? And if it's NOT BYOB, how are they going to make any money when its patrons will surely be spilling liquor everywhere and pouring themselves new drinks every five minutes because they drunkenly misplaced the first ones?!I have a feeling it's just going to turn into a standard, shitty bar after a couple weeks of alcohol poising, broken furniture, street noise, and no one tipping the waitresses or ordering $200 kegs of Chimay.
Woo-hoo! I've got my shaker and barf bucket ready to go!
obviously they got the date wrong...nobody gets the day wrong
it's just a dumbass gimmick to get people in the door the first few days. no way it'll last.
Any info on how to get on the list for opening night?
You just have to know the secret handshake.
I hope you'll be filing reports from the opening night(s), EVG.
I'll be camping out starting tonight!
Haha, I'll bring you some ramen and fro-yo...
when bars say "mix your own drink" it usually means that you order a drink from the bartender, you pay, they give you a glass with ice and your alcohol in it. you then take this alcohol and ice glass over to table with "mixers" and "mix yourself a drink." some bars do a make your own bloody mary and it's kinda bad ass except for the fact that i don't want to mix my own damn drink and want the bartender to do it for me. if i wanted to mix my own drink, i'd have made drinks at home. but whatever.also - there's no door policy. they let in *everybody* (ie: i doubt there's a list for opening night or any other night).i really dislike misuse of exclamation points. there's not one other punctuation mark but THREE exclamation marks, why?!? heh - amusing myself now.
You don't know how much that I've amused myself with this one, ak!
maybe Thursday June 26th is a cute (read: obnoxious) way of implying that it'll be after midnight on Thursday night? I feel like I'm maybe I'm giving them too much credit.
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