Most would think of going to a trip to the local grocery store during the week as a tiresome bore and going to bars on weekends as the highlight of said dull week. But new kid on the Melbourne bar scene General Store And Co. have combined the two worlds that should be foreign to one another, but with the fun of the latter winning.
A first for Australian bourbon enthusiasts, bourbon extraordinaire Wild Turkey are releasing their latest drink onto us booze loving Aussies, Wild Turkey’s Spiced Bourbon!
Hawaiian shirts: the fashion trend taking over the nightclub world. Or is it?
Personally, I’m more partial to a party dress than a party top on a night out, but upon talking to a guy friend (and occasional Hawaiian shirt wearer himself), I realised that there are actually some unspoken rules about when and where it’s appropriate to wear your oh so flamboyant Hawaiian top.
Girls night, you are keen to let your hair down and party with your ladies! Woo! But sleazy Steve won’t give up the chase.
You may think you are original, but I can almost guarantee that us girls have heard most of it before. The classic Joey ‘ How you doin’ does not still stand as a pick up line. In fact, pick up lines in general are pretty shit and 95% of the time don’t work any way.
Nightclubbing is meant to be a fun outing every week for young adult to go out and let their hair down and have fun. However, nightclubs are commonly seen as places to meet people or ‘hook-up’ with someone new. Does this mean that if you are in a relationship that clubbing could be off limits? Or should you club as a couple?
There is only one way to never get caught cheating on your partner and that is not to do it. While that may seem quite simple, it is a problem that most relationships will face. Now this could just be the cynic in me, but most people tend to put themselves first. Perhaps relationships have evolved to the point where one person can no longer meet all the needs of another person.
Scientists are always coming up with new discoveries about the benefits of alcohol, and all you drinkers out there are rejoicing. Well, I’m sorry to say, but most of the benefits do not apply to you, and here’s why:
The key to having a great interview for a bar or nightclub is to be a balance of fun and business. You don’t want to be one of those staff members that either don’t have a clue about what they are doing or are so stuck up themselves that it makes you wonder why they even got into the hospitality business in the first place.
Ever woken up in the morning and remembered the utterly embarrassing drunken things you blurted out the night before? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. Drunken rants often put the way we REALLY feel about things out in the open – which can be a good or bad thing.
Knowing your way around and being familiar with nightclubs and indeed the city is a huge advantage. You have an understanding of which bars and what scenes tickle your fancy best, what kind of scene and people each has to offer and how pricey or reasonable each are. The answer to this question would seem to be a resounding yes, but somehow it is not, not even close.