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Who’s your literary icon drinking buddy?

You're a lover of the written word and have your own list of literary heroes. But who would you want by your side on a long night out on the town? 🍹🧉Take this 2-minute quiz to reveal who can keep the pace as you hit the nightlife!🏙

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    What’s your go-to drink order?
    • A.
      Fancy cocktails like a Manhattan. Put it in a martini glass with a tasty garnish and I’m yours! 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie)
    • B.
      Scotch, neat, with a waterback. Don’t even think about adding ice. 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)
    • C.
      Champagne all day! Straight up or mixed with Absinthe, bring on the bubbles! 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway)
    • D.
      Ale. And if you can’t get it, beer. And if you can’t get that, mead. In a mug. Ready for swinging and singing. 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
  • 2.
    You cue up a podcast. What’s your fave?
    • A.
      Anything murder, true crime, or whodunnit. 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie)
    • B.
      Stage enactments. Anything theatre. 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
    • C.
      Heartfelt bluegrass American roots stories. 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)
    • D.
      Tales of man’s perseverance. 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway)
  • 3.
    How do your nights on the town usually end up?
    • A.
      Telling stories around the campfire with your posse of pals. 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)
    • B.
      There’s usually some kind of mystery to solve, and where did your friend Ashley go? People keep disappearing mysteriously...?
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie)
    • C.
      On stage, acting like idiots to the chagrin of all involved. 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
    • D.
      In the dark, staring into the bottom of a glass, thinking about life.
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway)
  • 4.
    What’s your idea of the perfect party?
    • A.
      Ooh, Ooh! A murder mystery, where we invite all our friends and have to figure out who’s killing them all off! 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie)
    • B.
      Take it to the streets! Mischief is your middle name! 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)
    • C.
      Getting dressed up in costumes and speaking in iambic pentameter.
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
    • D.
      Old fishing stories told to a captive audience. 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway)
  • 5.
    Which quote resonates with you most?
    • A.
      “Always do sober what you said you’d do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut.” 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway)
    • B.
      “Might as well eat, drink, and be merry. You just might die tomorrow.”
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie)
    • C.
      “Come, gentlemen, I hope we shall drink down all unkindness.”
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
    • D.
      “Too much of anything is bad, but too much whiskey is barely enough.”
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)
  • 6.
    What does your ideal night out look like?
    • A.
      Cozy pub with lots of dark corners for conversation and introspection.
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway)
    • B.
      Dinner party with a select group of people.
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie)
    • C.
      A warm, crackling campfire under the open sky.
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)
    • D.
      Theaters, plays, and revelry.
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
  • 7.
    The title of your Most Epic Night Ever would be…
    • A.
      The Old Man and the Champagne
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway)
    • B.
      Murder and a Manhattan
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie)
    • C.
      The Taming of the Ales
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
    • D.
      The Adventures of Whiskey Joe
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)
  • 8.
    Your never-leave-home-without-it drinking accessory is...
    • A.
      Cozy fisherman sweater
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway)
    • B.
      Sense of Adventure
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)
    • C.
      Keen eye for clues
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie)
    • D.
      Book of Sonnets
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
  • 9.
    You're out with your friends and your anthem comes on. What are you all singing to at the top of your lungs?
    • A.
      The Wellerman Sea Shanty
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway)
    • B.
      "Thriller" 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie)
    • C.
      "Home For A Rest"
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)
    • D.
      Show Tunes
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
  • 10.
    What's on your bookshelf?
    • A.
      Classical literature. Chaucer, Dante, and the great Bard himself. 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
    • B.
      American tales of country charm and rascally pursuits. Hardy boys, the adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, and Catcher in the Rye. 
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)
    • C.
      Stories of the darkness and perseverance of man's will. The Old Man and the Sea, Life of Pi
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway)
    • D.
      Murder mystery and whodunnits. Edgar Allen Poe, Agatha Christie
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie)
  • 11.
    How much do you normally splurge on a night out?
    • A.
      The sky’s the limit! Table service and fancy drinks all around!
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie, Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
    • B.
      Bingeing on a budget. Finding the best Beer and a Burger deal is the name of the game.
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)
    • C.
      No need to go flashin' the Banjamins around, but you’re here to enjoy yourself and budgets are a party mood killer.
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie, Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain, Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare)
    • D.
      Just here to have a good time, without breaking the bank.
      (Correlates to: Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway, Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain)

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Your literary figure drinking buddy is... Ernest Hemingway
    “Never delay kissing a beautiful girl or opening a bottle of whiskey.” You’d think that Hemingway would be a whiskey man with a quote like that, but the man actually loved his bubbles before anything else.Sometimes known to mix Champagne with Scotch and Sherry, ol’ Ernie wasn’t afraid of a challenge, and any drinking buddy should be prepared to venture into the deep blue yonder when hitting the town with him.Always game for a good sea yarn, or any kind of perseverance story, you’re a steady companion on a cold night, though often prone to introverted introspection and long, thoughtful gazes to the horizon.Luckily your courage is up to the pressure, and you’re ready to pop them bottles with grace all night long.Just don’t be surprised if he tries to talk you into mixing it with Absinthe. *shudder*Your love of a good cable knit fisherman sweater will be a cozy asset as you stare earnestly 😉 into your glass after a long night with the Old Man himself. “Don't bother with churches, government buildings or city squares. If you want to know about a culture, spend a night in its bars.” - Ernest HemingwayHow To Keep Up with the Greats!When going toe-to-toe (and glass-to-glass) with a mighty wordsmith, it’s important to have a game plan to keep you on your toes as you put some miles on your drinking shoes. We’ve put together a great list of effective pre-drink, dinking, and post-drink tips to make sure you’re still feeling your best when the Old Man gets to talking about the Sea.Before you even start...1) Hydrate! - I cannot stress enough that a day of drinking that starts with a dry mouth, ends with a swollen head. And may I recommend a dash of our Fisherman’s Best bitters in your water to make sure you have the trace minerals you need to feel fit as a fiddle the day after your evening out with Ernest?2) Food! - Fill your gas tank with protein and carbs to keep you in the game longer. No fish worth catching ever gave it up without a fight, and you’re going to need your stamina for the night ahead. May we recommend the One That Didn’t Get Away Crab Cakes from our sharing menu? (Which you can make yourself no matter where you live with this free PDF recipe book of our 3 most popular appetizers!)3) Stretch - Pitting yourself against this Marlin isn’t a small undertaking, so limber up or lament it in the morning!During…4) Pace yourself - the goal is to keep up, not win. Even the old man had to admit defeat when his prize was plundered by the predators of the sea. Pacing will keep you from going too far, too fast.5) More food! - Many a hangover could have been avoided with a midnight snack. From our 20.000 League Calamari to our Sailfin Sushi (ethically sourced, of course) we’ve got you covered!6) Even more water! - I use a 1:1 rule. 1 drink, 1 water. Don’t order another until you’ve drunk both. Yes, there will be more bathroom breaks, but you’re basically a houseplant with more complex needs. Water now or sunshine will hurt you later. 7) Listen closely. Hemingway always insisted on paying complete attention when others are talking. He also firmly believed in doing what you’d said you’d do when you were drunk, so keep your lips zipped unless you want tomorrow to come with some unexpected surprises. When you’re ready to call it a night...8) guessed it - WATER! - no, but for reals. A full glass beside the bed is a gift you can give yourself in the morning, you don’t even need a time machine to do it!9) Ibuprofen - One before bed will help forestall that nasty hangover headache that even a long, relaxing vacation on a boat can’t cure.10) Vitamins - Believe it or not, Vitamin B and C help your body recover faster than anything, and why not let them do their job while you’re sleeping it off? I’ve been known to keep them next to the bed so they’re easy to reach when I roll in around dawn. Ask at the bar for Hang-Under, our in-house tincture filled with fortifying vitamins and minerals, so you can get on top of tomorrow, tonight. And who am I to be giving you such excellent drinking advice?Hale and well met, good fellow!Hi, I’m Sam, but those who know me well call me The Libations Librarian of Bard Bar.As an avid spirits enthusiast and long time lover of the written word, I figured opening a literary themed bar would be the best way to combine both my passions. With varied themes tucked away in different corners of the pub, Bard Bar is an alchemy of curated cocktails, quaffable ales, sippable scotches and wonderful wines, all brought together with a quirky nod to our favorite word magicians. And for those trying to remain involved while remaining distant, you can order your premixed cocktails right to your door, and tune in on our Live-feed of all our irl events. Not Just Fine Spirits and Geeky Revelry…Ok, so maybe a bit of geeky revelry.Bard Bar offers a variety of theme nights to keep your literary hearts aflutter.Monday is Book Club night! We’ll pair our Book of The Week with a Drink of the Eve, and then share our opinions of the book while enjoying charcuterie and good company.Tuesday, All the World's a Stage! The Ale will run freely while local, half-baked stage enthusiasts regale us with sonnets, plays, and the occasional tragedy. (not just the acting)Wednesday is Bluegrass Boogie!We pair our country wine selection with our favorite homegrown authors and banjo playing musicians. Bring your straw hats and overalls for a fun night of folksy frivolity, and some strawberry wine.Thursday- Friday is a mixed bag of local talent and neighborhood good times.Sunday is for the Scotch Lovers. We turn the lights down low and wax melancholic while sharing fishing tales from the great sea. Join us and tip your glass to Hemingway. Check your email for 15% off your first online orderAnd you can expect loads of fun in your inbox from now on! From theme night invites, to funky cocktail recipes based on your favorite books (Nevermore, anyone?) and the occasional little known fact about your favorite authors, you’ll be in the loop and ready to organize a night of fun with your drinking buddies, literary or otherwise. All are welcome!
  • 2.
    Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Agatha Christie
    Nothing like a little mystery and high society to add some spice to a night of drinking, amiright?Always one to write fancy cocktails into her much-loved murder mysteries, it’s easy to imagine ol’ Aggie sipping a Whiskey Sour next to her typewriter.Your love of a good murder podcast and your passion for whodunnits leaves you well prepared for a night with Ms. Christie, even if you have to keep your wits about you to make it ‘til morning. From dinner parties to cross-town scavenger hunts, you can’t be scared off with the threat of a great time!Grab onto your Manhattan, you’re in for one hell of a night!“Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow you might die.”- Agatha ChristieHow To Keep Up with the Greats!When going toe-to-toe (and glass-to-glass) with a mighty wordsmith, it’s important to have a game plan to keep you on your toes as you put some miles on your drinking shoes. We’ve put together a great list of effective pre-drink, dinking, and post-drink tips to make sure you aren’t left behind when Shakey gets boozin’.Before you even start...1) Hydrate! - I cannot stress enough that a day of drinking that starts with a dry mouth, ends with a swollen head.2) Food! - Fill your gas tank with protein and carbs to keep you in the game longer. Everyone knows the story about the girl who didn’t eat enough and passed out by the Second Act. If you’re going to make it to the finale, you’re going to want to sample our List Of Suspects, on our Shareables menu.3) Stretch - any evening with Agatha could leave you fighting for your life and struggling to come out on top. Limber up!During…4) Pace yourself - it’s going to be a long night of dramatic reveals, suspenseful accusations, and calamitous peril.5) More food!- Many a hangover could have been avoided with a midnight snack. The Butler Did It is our delightfully fun truffle and mushroom flatbread, sure to intrigue your taste buds. 6) Even more water! - I use a 1:1 rule. 1 drink, 1 water. Don’t order another until you’ve drunk both. Yes, there will be more bathroom breaks, but you’re basically a houseplant with more complex needs. Water now, or sunshine will hurt you later.7) Bring some extra friends. Agatha’s drinking parties tend to shrink when you aren’t looking. And then there were 3...When you’re ready to call it a night...8) You guessed it - WATER! - no, but for reals. A full glass beside the bed is a gift you can give yourself in the morning, you don’t even need a time machine to do it!9) Ibuprofen - One before bed will help forestall that nasty hangover headache that even Injun Joe couldn’t outrun.10) Vitamins - Believe it or not, Vitamin B and C help your body recover faster than anything, and why not let them do their job while you’re sleeping it off? I’ve been known to keep them next to the bed so they’re easy to reach when I roll in around dawn. Ask at the bar for The Butler’s Remedy, a hangover cure with our mystery ingredients.Above all else, remember to always keep an eye on your drinking buddy. Nobody wants to be the last man standing at the end of the night. Or do you?But who am I to be giving you advice on how to make it to the end?Hale and well met, good fellow!Hi, I’m Sam, but those who know me well call me The Libations Librarian of Bard Bar.As an avid spirits enthusiast and long time lover of the written word, I figured opening a literary themed bar would be the best way to combine both my passions. With varied themes tucked away in different corners of the pub, Bard Bar is an alchemy of curated cocktails, quaffable ales, sippable scotches and wonderful wines, all brought together with a quirky nod to our favorite word magicians.And for those trying to remain involved while remaining distant, you can order your premixed cocktails right to your door, and tune in on our Live-feed of all our irl events. Not Just Fine Spirits and Geeky Revelry…Ok, so maybe a bit of geeky revelry.Bard Bar offers a variety of theme nights to keep your literary hearts aflutter.Monday is Book Club night! We’ll pair our Book of The Week with a Drink of the Eve, and then share our opinions of the book while enjoying charcuterie and good company.Tuesday, All the World's a Stage! The Ale will run freely while local, half-baked stage enthusiasts regale us with sonnets, plays, and the occasional tragedy. (not just the acting)Wednesday is Bluegrass Boogie!We pair our country wine selection with our favorite homegrown authors and banjo playing musicians. Bring your straw hats and overalls for a fun night of folksy frivolity, and some strawberry wine.Thursday- Friday is a mixed bag of local talent and neighborhood good times.Sunday is for the Scotch Lovers. We turn the lights down low and wax melancholic while sharing fishing tales from the great sea. Join us and tip your glass to Hemingway. Check your email for a 15% off your first online orderAnd you can expect loads of fun in your inbox from now on! From theme night invites, to funky cocktail recipes based on your favorite books (Nevermore, anyone?) and the occasional little known fact about your favorite authors, you’ll be in the loop and ready to organize a night of fun with your drinking buddies, literary or otherwise. All are welcome!
  • 3.
    Your literary figure drinking buddy is… Mark Twain
    “Good friends, good books, and a sleepy conscience; this is the ideal life.”Always up for a bit of small time mischief, it’s no wonder you gravitate towards Twain and his tales of boyish revelry. Homegrown adventure and wholesome grass-roots pepper your biography, and you could easily pass an evening under the stars with Mark as he tells tales from his hometown. Boyhood mischief has followed you into your drinking years and you’d love to go on a treasure hunt with your friends, if you could only talk them into leaving the pub for a minute or two. You’d expect a Missouri boy like Twain to be a whiskey lover, but his real joy was Scotch — all the better to harness the flavor of a campfire under the open stars.The report of my death was an exaggeration! -Mark TwainHow To Keep Up with the Greats!When going toe to toe (and glass to glass) with a mighty wordsmith, it’s important to have a game plan to keep you on your toes as you put some miles on your drinking shoes. We’ve put together a great list of effective pre-drink, dinking, and post-drink tips to make sure you aren’t left behind when Shakey gets boozin’.Before you even start...1) Hydrate! - I cannot stress enough that a day of drinking that starts with a dry mouth, ends with a swollen head.2) Food! - Fill your gas tank with protein and carbs to keep you in the game longer. We’ve got Catfish Po’Boy Bites on the shareables menu for those lazy summer night pub crawls.3) Stretch - If you’re anything like Mr. Twain, you’re going to find yourself in some tricky situations, maybe even running from a band of ne'er do wells, so limbering up is a surefire way to avoid pulling anything in your revelry.During…4) Pace yourself - the goal is to keep up, not win. Every band of delightful misfits needs a leader, so set the pace like a leisurely Sunday meander down the river, not a Friday sprint to the jail.5) More food! - Many a hangover could have been avoided with a midnight snack. Southern cooking soaks up the booze that could ruin you, so get some Late night Grits’n’Onion Rings in while you can! 6) Even more water! - I use a 1:1 rule. 1 drink, 1 water. Don’t order another until you’ve drunk both. Yes, there will be more bathroom breaks, but you’re basically a houseplant with more complex needs. Water now, or sunshine will hurt you later.7) Always have a tall tale in your back pocket. A night drinking with Mark can often end up with a bottle passed around a campfire, and it’s never good to be the only guy without a story to tell out under the open sky.When you’re ready to call it a night...8) You guessed it - WATER! - no, but for reals. A full glass beside the bed is a gift you can give yourself in the morning, you don’t even need a time machine to do it!9) Ibuprofen - One before bed will help forestall that nasty hangover headache that even Injun Joe couldn’t outrun.10) Vitamins - Believe it or not, Vitamin B and C help your body recover faster than anything, and why not let them do their job while you’re sleeping it off? Ask at the Bar for Huckleberry’s Defense, a remedy for Scotch’s Revenge.Above all else, keep an eye on your drinking buddy. Twain knew better than anyone not to leave a friend behind. Who am I to give you such expert drinking advice?Hale and well met, good fellow!Hi, I’m Sam, but those who know me well call me The Libations Librarian of Bard Bar.As an avid spirits enthusiast and long time lover of the written word, I figured opening a literary themed bar would be the best way to combine both my passions. With varied themes tucked away in different corners of the pub, Bard Bar is an alchemy of curated cocktails, quaffable ales, sippable scotches and wonderful wines, all brought together with a quirky nod to our favorite word magicians.And for those trying to remain involved while remaining distant, you can order your premixed cocktails right to your door, and tune in on our Live-feed of all our irl events. Not Just Fine Spirits and Geeky Revelry…Ok, so maybe a bit of geeky revelry.Bard Bar offers a variety of theme nights to keep your literary hearts aflutter.Monday is Book Club night! We’ll pair our Book of The Week with a Drink of the Eve, and then share our opinions of the book while enjoying charcuterie and good company.Tuesday, All the World's a Stage! The Ale will run freely while local, half-baked stage enthusiasts regale us with sonnets, plays, and the occasional tragedy. (not just the acting)Wednesday is Bluegrass Boogie!We pair our country wine selection with our favorite homegrown authors and banjo playing musicians. Bring your straw hats and overalls for a fun night of folksy frivolity, and some strawberry wine. (Or blackberry, if that’s your passion.)Thursday - Friday is a mixed bag of local talent and neighborhood good times.Sunday is for the Scotch Lovers. We turn the lights down low and wax melancholic while sharing fishing tales from the great sea. Join us and tip your glass to the greats! Check your email for 15% off your first online orderYou can expect loads of fun in your inbox weekly! From theme night invites, to funky cocktail recipes based on your favorite books (Nevermore, anyone?) and the occasional little known fact about your favorite authors, you’ll be in the loop and ready to organize a night of fun with your drinking buddies, literary or otherwise. All are welcome!
  • 4.
    Your literary figure drinking buddy is… William Shakespeare
    “All the World’s a Stage!”It’s no secret Old Bill Shakey loved to quaff a mug of ale while he quilled his tragic comedies, and he was always game for another member of his merry band of revelers.Well, move aside, Kit Marlowe, there’s a new friend in town!With your can-do, always up for a friendly duel, serve-me-another attitude, you and Bill would send the tavern wenches running for more ale (and the occasionally Brandywine) to quench your thirst as you regale the bar with tales of Prospero and Verona, Titania and her Ass, and Hamlet’s famously failed dinner party.And don’t forget to bring your acting chops! No night is complete without William taking over the stage and hosting an impromptu production of the trash compactor scene from A New Hope.Who knows, you could find Yours Truly amongst the pages of the Great Bard’s next great play. Fingers crossed it’s one of the comedies...“To drink, or not to drink, that is the question!” -we’re sure Shakespeare said this at least once.How To Keep Up with the Greats!When going toe to toe (and glass to glass) with a mighty wordsmith, it’s important to have a game plan to keep you on your toes as you put some miles on your drinking shoes. We’ve put together a great list of effective pre-drink, dinking, and post-drink tips to make sure you aren’t left behind when Shakey gets boozin’.Before you even start...1) Hydrate! - I cannot stress enough that a day of drinking that starts with a dry mouth, ends with a swollen head.2) Food! - Fill your gas tank with protein and carbs to keep you in the game longer. Everyone knows the story about the girl who didn’t eat enough and passed out by the Second Act. Check out Ophelia’s Hangry on our Backstage Bites Shareables Menu.3) Stretch - If you’re anything like Willy, you’re going to find yourself in some tricky situations, maybe even a duel, so limbering up is a surefire way to avoid pulling anything in your revelry.During…4) Pace yourself - the goal is to keep up, not win. There’s no outshining The Bard himself, so feel free to bask in the ambient glory of his light and just match him drink for drink. Let other, less worthy knaves order the rounds of shots - you’ve got nothing to prove here.5) More food! - Many a hangover could have been avoided with a midnight snack. Consider for your fair perusal, the Midsummer Late Night Menu, filled with such dreams as Nick’s Bottom, A Pork Butt sandwich, or Hermia’s Heaven, our signature truffle poutine. 6) Even more water! - I use a 1:1 rule. 1 drink, 1 water. Don’t order another until you’ve drunk both. Yes, there will be more bathroom breaks, but you’re basically a houseplant with more complex needs. Water now or sunshine will hurt you later.7) Always be prepared to take the stage when the moment calls for it. Shakespeare could be struck with inspiration and need you to act out a scene or two. What’s a good drinking buddy for?As you bid adieu...8) You guessed it - WATER! - no, but for reals. A glass beside the bed is a gift you can give yourself in the morning, you don’t even need a time machine to do it!9) Ibuprofen - One before bed will help forestall that nasty hangover that even Shakespeare can’t outrun.10) Vitamins - Believe it or not, Vitamin B and C help your body recover faster than anything, and why not let them do their job while you’re sleeping it off? Ask at the Bar for Puck’s Pharmacy, a hangover cure from Oberon himself!And who am I to be giving such expert dinking advice?Hale and well met, good fellow!Hi, I’m Sam, but those who know me well call me The Libations Librarian of Bard Bar.As an avid spirits enthusiast and long time lover of the written word, I figured opening a literary themed bar would be the best way to combine both my passions. With varied themes tucked away in different corners of the pub, Bard Bar is an alchemy of curated cocktails, quaffable ales, sippable scotches and wonderful wines, all brought together with a quirky nod to our favorite word magicians.And for those trying to remain involved while remaining distant, you can order your premixed cocktails right to your door, and tune in on our Live-feed of all our irl events. Not Just Fine Spirits and Geeky Revelry…Ok, so maybe a bit of geeky revelry.Bard Bar offers a variety of theme nights to keep your literary hearts aflutter.Monday is Book Club night! We’ll pair our Book of The Week with a Drink of the Eve, and then share our opinions of the book while enjoying charcuterie and good company.Tuesday, All the World's a Stage! The Ale will run freely while local, half-baked stage enthusiasts regale us with sonnets, plays, and the occasional tragedy. (not just the acting)Wednesday is Bluegrass Boogie!We pair our country wine selection with our favorite homegrown authors and banjo playing musicians. Bring your straw hats and overalls for a fun night of folksy frivolity, and some strawberry wine.Thursday - Friday is a mixed bag of local talent and neighborhood good times.Sunday is for the Scotch Lovers. We turn the lights down low and wax melancholic while sharing fishing tales from the great sea. Join us and tip your glass to Hemingway. Check your email for a 15% off your first online orderAnd you can expect loads of fun in your inbox from now on! From theme night invites, to funky cocktail recipes based on your favorite books (Nevermore, anyone?) and the occasional little known fact about your favorite authors, you’ll be in the loop and ready to organize a night of fun with your drinking buddies, literary or otherwise. All are welcome!