Showing posts with label snuggies. Show all posts
Showing posts with label snuggies. Show all posts

Monday, April 20, 2009

Photographic evidence from the First-Ever Snuggie Pub Crawl

As mentioned on Friday, the First-Ever Snuggie Pub Crawl took place Saturday. It included stops in the East Village. I was unable to witness, but I sent the rather reluctant Intern of EV Grieve to tail the group. He did so for roughly 20 seconds. But he did manage one photo.

Meanwhile, lvv made a good point in the post of Friday:

lvv said...
I think the most ridiculous part of this crawl may not be the Snuggies, but the sequence of bars.

Why, after SideBar, would one go to two places a few aves east and streets south, only to return to Belmont, which is literally across the street from SideBar? Aren't bar crawls supposed to be sort of directionally sense-making? Are they trying to make people barf?

These are rhetorical questions of course.

Friday, April 17, 2009

PUB CRAWL ALERT: Snuggie editon


Attend the First-Ever Snuggie Pub Crawl in New York, NY
In response to the stunning public embrace of the warm and cuddly Snuggie, the Team is partnering with, who just broke the Guinness book of World Records for the world’s largest pub crawl, to co-host the first-ever Snuggie Pub Crawl in New York. Even though it's just a blanket with sleeves, we're sure that you'll enjoy a spring evening spent drinking with friends and the Snuggie.

What: A pub crawl in New York, New York wearing Snuggies
You must be 21 or older to attend

When: Saturday, April 18th from 12:00pm to 8:00pm

1. The Village PourHouse - 64 Third Ave at 11th street
2. Side Bar -120 E 15th At Irving Pl
3. Kings Head -222 East 14th Street Btwn 2nd & 3rd Ave
4. Bar None - 98 Third Ave Btwn 12th & 13th
5. Belmont - 117th East 15th street Btwn Park Ave and Irving Pl
6. Still - 192 Third Ave at 17th - 3-5pm
7. Plug Uglies - 257 3rd Ave Btwn 20th St & 21st St
8. Van Diemens - 383 Third Avenue at 27th street

BYO-Snuggie Bring your own Snuggie:
Blankets with sleeves can be purchased at a number of retail stores.

(Via Gothamist)