FaeTora wrote:Ok. Does anyone know if Booby bar needs tonic water or limes or lemons?
To (try to) clarify the Meet-n-Greets, I believe Terminal Village, of which Booby Bar is a member camp, has its own MnG on Tuesday (last info I saw).
StevenGoodman wrote:Bottles of wine are kind of iffy, no one really drinks wine on the playa.
Bottles of wine are kind of iffy, no one really drinks wine on the playa.
pizzamancer wrote:You know. Of course the thoughts are appreciated, but towards the end of the week, tons of people realize they brought too much booze, don't want to pack it home, and start gifting it to the bars. More for us to drink, I say, but what bars really need is mixers. Everyone likes gin and tonics, but most forget that you need 3-4 liters of tonic to go with that liter of gin.
phil wrote:I asked friends who run bars what they'd like us to bring and the answers are along the lines of pineapple juice, coconut milk, tomato juice - what they really need, for some reason, is mixers, not the alcohol.
We also bring cups for them to hand out. About Thursday, they've exhausted their supply of paper cups, so we give out plastic cups with carabiners on them so people can keep them for their next free drinks.
Louise and I bring wine and port for our personal consumption, putting the lie to the statement that no one drinks wine on the playa. :-> I've posted here before the photo of us drinking port poured from our crystal decanter into our crystal stemware.
Token wrote:Gifting booze is about as original as running a bar camp on the playa. Dime a dozen and most of them suck.
Only place you should gift booze is during exodus at the DPW donation turnout.
If you want to share the hidden stash of 21 year old McCallan with someone you had a meaningful moment with, that a fucking gift.
Dropping off your $9.99 handle of Popov vodka somewhere is moop.
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