Sometimes date night can be more than just a dining experience... it can be a drinks one too😍 I’m not talking about your average sports pub, bars like @dirty_martiniuk really cater to those nights where you just want to wine down with someone and try a few new cocktails out.
There are several locations around London and a ‘half price happy hour’ on selected drinks🤫the bar also offers small plates starting from £3 if you’re feeling peckish
so give it a try and tag us😋
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TDNF overall score：8/10
🍻Know Your Clientele🍻
One major key to the success of any establish is to know your clientele. This means that if you are a sports bar you are doing things that make those people feel happy and appreciated in your sports bar. .
Providing them access to sports and having a staff that is knowledgeable about sports is obviously key. You are going to most likely have things like bud light or coors light on tap. .
It would however be silly to have a high end wine selection. It wouldn’t make a ton of sense to bring in a DJ friday or saturday nights. You want to make sure and keep it simple for you and your guests. .
Trying to do too many things confuses or muddles the theme and vibe of your establishment. If you start to depart from your main concept in too many ways not only do you take on more projects as a bar owner you risk overwhelming your guests and staff.
You risk pushing out guests who loved you for who you were and you will struggle to establish regular clientele when they feel like they are at a barmusement park.
#Chacha is a traditional Georgian pomace brandy, a clear and strong alcohol drink (40% for commercially produced to 65% for home brew), sometimes called "vine vodka", "grape vodka", or "Georgian vodka/grappa". Homebrew chacha is also quite widespread in southern Russia, where climate is soft enough for vines. Yet never before could I see so many sorts of commercial chacha as in Georgia. Formerly I was considering it as a cheap home-made product, but it turned out that one can even find elite sorts costing as much as hundreds of USD per bottle.
But even a regular commercial chacha's taste is nice, like a very soft vodka, with an aftertaste of a good brandy/cognac. Even though I'm a very rare drinker, trying this new sort of alcohol was a pleasure to me. So unless you're strongly against any alcohol, I would suggest you to give it a try for the sake of experience. One shot would be just enough to bring you a pleasant warming feeling without getting tipsy.
Дегустирую чачу, грузинский крепкий алкогольный напиток (от 40% в промышленно производимых напитках до 65-70 в домашних), можно назвать это виноградной водкой. Домашняя чача нередко встречается и в российских южных регионах, где климат позволяет вызревать винограду. Другой вопрос, что раньше чача представлялась мне чем-то дешёвым и полуподпольным, сродни деревенскому самогону. В Грузии же есть огромное количество коммерческих сортов чачи, включая элитные, стоимостью в сотни долларов за бутылку.
Однако и менее пафосные сорта весьма недурственны на вкус - как очень хорошая мягкая водка, а послевкусие как у коньяка.
Одним словом, если вы не убеждённый противник всего алко-содержащего, попробуйте, как будете в Грузии - так сказать, из любви к искусству. Одной стопки как раз хватит, чтобы создать приятное согревающее чувство и при этом не захмелеть.