Hitting up a nightlife establishment on a Sunday night and getting drunk just seems wrong to me. Sunday is supposed to be a day for holiness (if you're the church-going kind) or a day for rest (if you're the sports-loving kind who can watch your favorite physical activity on TV).
But after moving from a spacious one-bedroom apartment to a tiny studio this weekend incredibly stressful, by the way! going out with some friends last night seemed incredibly ideal. And when one chick said she wanted to stalk some good-looking twin bartenders at Town Tavern ... well, I was game.
Sundays are Underground S.I.N. Sundays at Town Tavern featuring "The Wolfe Twins" bartending downstairs. Please picture me drooling, because these young gentlemen are hot. They used to wear their hairstyles similarly, the stalking friend shared (she's actually friends with them), but because people kept getting them confused, they opted to differ their looks.
OK, so if twins aren't your thing, there are a few perks to hitting up Town Tavern on Sunday night. First of all, it's $3 U-Call-Its all night. Last night we discovered that there exists a shot that tastes like pancakes with syrup. Yum.
Furthermore, it's not slam-packed with people. Have you ever been in the downstairs bar in Town Tavern on a Friday or Saturday night? After a few moves on the dance floor, it's almost impossible to breathe with all that stuffiness and heat. But seeing as only bartenders, doormen, hair stylists and other service industry people go out on Sundays, it's a pleasant atmosphere you can actually feel the cool air blowing on you.
Then there is the crowd. Again, this is the service industry crowd all those hot bartenders, go-go dancers, and doormen in one spot, taking advantage of their night off? It's eye candy heaven. I actually saw guys who work as doormen smile. And you know doormen are not usually the nicest people.
Of course, you're still going to run into the jerky people who have had too much to drink, have no coordination while dancing and end up dropping their tall glass onto the ground, sending shards everywhere. Thanks buddy.