Brett.Anderson 
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Re: “Happy Hour Specials

Brews on Washington has 1/2 price select bottles of wine, $5 chocolate desserts and $5 black bean BBQ sliders tonight.
Brews also has Happy Hour from 4-6p all week long (except Sundays, sorry). $1 off all micro pints and glasses of wine.

Posted by Brett.Anderson on 06/29/2011 at 1:15 PM

Re: “LUNCHES & PUNCHES 2: Name that destroyed lunch!

I can´t wait to see the slo-mo of this one!!

Posted by Brett.Anderson on 09/16/2010 at 10:19 AM

Re: “A New Cocktail Culture

If you´re serious about drinking - in the epicurean sense instead of the ´how much can I consume before they have to get the charcoal pump´ direction - you would do yourself great disservice to miss the chance to enjoy a cocktail from Bon Bon.
Their staff is pleasant and they construct each drink with enthusiasm using very classic instruments and techniques. The glasses are heavy and rough, the strainers are purpose-built and overly sturdy and the homemade quinine water gets mixed with seltzer out of a canister in front of you to make each tonic.
An enthusiastic nod to their attention to quality ingredients; their bar doesn´t sport the largest inventory in town, but what they have on hand is well-thought about and lends heavily to locally-available options as well as true-to-form classic elements.
Finally, I would say to the staff and owners of Bon Bon, please *PLEASE* don´t change your formula! You have it just right! Our little town is no churning metropolis with its people looking for new and innovative crafts like the products and services you render. Please don´t become anxious if your seats aren´t immediately filled with appreciative patrons... they will come. Too many great ideas have fallen backwards into mediocrity in this town because the populous tends to be slow to recognize treasures like yours.
Cheers.

Posted by Brett.Anderson on 08/14/2010 at 11:19 AM

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