New Bar in [Town]

Who else is excited for the new cocktail bar?

It's a new venture by [notable local restaurateur], the owner of [famous upscale bar], [spin-off of famous upscale bar], and [spin-off of the spin-off] -- so you know it's going to be good. The bar will feature inventive cocktails with a local twist, including hand-made [ingredient] from [local boutique food business]. There will also be a limited food menu of "small bites", including such delights as [unexpected meat] sliders and Sriracha [something].

The building's previous tenant is gone but not forgotten -- there are plenty of cheeky references to [charming relic business] in the decor and cocktail names. They have a drink called The [the street it's on], and another one named after [famous person in local lore]. They also reportedly serve a [neighborhood name], which is like a Manhattan, but with [unnecessary twist] instead of [what it should be]. Intriguing.

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2 Responses:

  1. Wout says:

    Yes, it is the talk of [Town]! It is unprecedented in it's uniqueness.

  2. Lloyd says:

    Does it have robot bartenders?

    (I've seen Passengers. Silicon Valley seems to be lacking. Shouldn't there be an app where you request a drink and someone has to go and get it to maintain their five-star rating?)

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