Summer in Sarasota means finding a place to quench your thirst and wet your whistle. That Florida sun can be unrelenting, which is why having a local watering hole is important. While there’s never a wrong reason for heading down to Ed’s Tavern for a few drinks, we’ve sweetened the deal with Tequila Tuesdays. Enjoying a delicious margarita is the perfect way to cool down, and they’re healthy as well. (Yes, really.) Don’t believe us? We’ve consulted some expert medical advice to support our claim.
At Ed’s Tavern, there’s always excitement and a warm atmosphere that permeates within. And while some might be feeling the excitement about October being Halloween season, there are others who are gearing up for a different type of season, one which also features a circular orange object. That’s right; basketball season is upon us! But before the tip-off and rabid enthusiasm about game day begin, you’ll want to get some snacks for the occasion. We conducted a survey among our patrons to see what they enjoy best, and we’re here to present these findings to you.
You would be hard-pressed to find any one individual who hasn’t tried nachos at least once in their life, and it would be an even more arduous task to find someone who doesn’t enjoy the dish. Nachos are always fun to chow down on and even easier to prepare. On October 21st, we celebrate the existence of the nacho and its impeccable taste and acknowledge how fundamental the snack has become. Come along with us as we turn back the pages of history to examine the origins of this crunchy and tasty treat.
While its exact origins have been lost to the annals of history, it’s believed that it was in 1430 when vodka came into existence. Legend has it that a monk named Isidore, who lived in the Chudov monastery behind the walls of the Kremlin, discovered one could make an alcoholic beverage by distilling potatoes. If we assume for a moment that this is, in fact, the true beginnings go the beverage in question, then we should look forward to commemorating his discovery on October 4th, as it’s National Vodka Day.
It seems like it was only yesterday when restrictions from Covis-19 put a severe restriction on our concert plans. With the return of life to a relative state of normalcy, we’ve begun to leave the restrictions behind and made it a point to enjoy the benefits of the outside world. Among the enjoyments to be had is experiencing the rush and thrill of live music. No matter the genre you’re into, experiencing the thrill live and in person provides a gratifying adrenaline rush.
Disco Queen Donna Summer once sang “She works hard for the money so you better treat her right.” For millions of working women, staying ahead of the game can be stress-inducing. Between work, family, and constantly striving for perfection, Having a respite or break from the daily grind is sometimes warranted. While vacations are always a welcome idea, they’re not always possible. This is why it’s time you took back the night with your closest friends and have a girl’s night out. Not only can this alleviate the stress that responsibilities can cause, but it can also boost your self-esteem and maintain a positive outlook.