A giant list of suds: so far, so good. But suds that you can pour yourself, while a blueprint on the wall walks you through the process: great. You can’t do this with scotch.
Everything That Was Important in 2010
It was a momentous year. A transformative year. A year of self-serve lager. Here, we revisit some of our favorite stories from the year that was, from boozy slushies to lobster on wheels. Cue the flashback music...
We were happy to welcome 14,000 square feet of pinball to a city that previously had, well, zero square feet of pinball. It’s just like the arcade in the mall of your teenage years, but with fewer Hypercolor T-shirts.
The Germans practically invented drinking outdoors. So when this 300-person beer garden opened just in time for the World Cup, it was like Oktoberfest four months early. Come to think of it, it still might be Oktoberfest.
2010 was the year you followed your lunch on Twitter, as food trucks took over. Leading the charge: this truck, which drew two-hour lines for $16 street food. Now, brick-and-mortar lunch spots are reacting, leading us to expect an ugly turf war for your 12:30pm dollars in 2011.
Entering an arena long dominated by José Andrés, the no-reservations Estadio won instant fans with its medieval decor, counter seating and chorizo sandwiches washed down by alcoholic slushies. Just like the Armada would have done it.