No, not preseason football season. The other football. The one that comes on for breakfast. The kind that’s best watched in bars that also contain beer gardens.
Like The Airedale, opening tomorrow in the former Mad Momos space on 14th.
Check out the slideshow. Then come back here, because we’re sure you’ll have questions. Like these:
What’s with Christopher Walken?
Yeah, let’s cover the important stuff first. He’s building a robot in a painting here. You’ll also see Peter Dinklage dressed up as Wolverine, among some skateboard decks on the walls and a Lionel Messi jersey downstairs.
So that’s where I’ll see the soccer?
Yep, downstairs. Plenty of Euro league action on weekend mornings, along with fish-and-chips and Bloody Marys. (They can start serving at 10am.)
What if I don’t watch soccer?
You’ll probably want to head upstairs to the beer garden on the back deck and start exploring the differences between Spaten and Weihenstephaner. And between brats and half-smokes. The whole thing’s covered from the sun.
What if I’m still hot?
Well, that’s what the Old Overholt soft-serve is for. That’s right. Soft-serve, spiked with Old Overholt.
Just tell everyone you’re going out for ice cream.