Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Fernet, finally!

As you might have noticed, we are, ahem, kind of a northern California bar, but for a long time we haven't carried the essential northern California (via Italy and Argentina) spirit, Fernet. That is no more! From now on, you can order Fernet with your bartender, however you like it--a little bit straight up or a larger pour on the rocks. It's just $6 for a small pour or $7 for a larger one. If you haven't tried it, it's lovely and at least worth a little sip. You won't be disappointed.

Monday, December 10, 2012

Final DadWagon Presents December 12 at 7 pm.

Okay, guys, this is it: the final installment of DadWagon Presents, our somewhat monthly series featuring (pro)creative writers expounding upon their fatherhood triumphs and failures (mostly the latter). If you've been wanting to see what all the hubbub is about, this is your last chance to do so.

To mark the occasion, we'll be giving away FREE BEER! Or at least, 32 free beers (and maybe more, depending on how many of those beers we, the editors of DadWagon.com, happen to consume).

So, this Wednesday, leave the kids at home and come see:

• Christopher Bonanos, the author of the recently released Instant: The Story of Polaroid, is a senior editor at New York Magazine and, far more importantly, a founder and emeritus editor of DadWagon. His 3-year-old son, Alex, appears in hundreds and hundreds of photos.

• Joshua David Stein began his career as an editor for Gawker.com and has served as editor-at-large at OUT magazine, senior editor at Departures magazine, editor of Black Ink, and editor-in-chief of BlackBook magazine. His work has appeared in the New York Times, New York, The Guardian, Maxim, OUT, Details, blah blah blah. He lives in Morningside Heights and is the father of Achilles Heeren Stein, 11 months, and the husband of Ana Maria Heeren, 372 months.