Around The Town

Buddying Up to Bungalower

Bungalower celebrated their one year anniversary a few weeks ago.  My Bestie and I went to the party at the Hammered Lamb, enjoyed a member cocktail, and partook in a train shot.

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A member cocktail you say? How do you become a member and what is it for?  Well, to be a member of the Bungalower, you pay the low low price of $9.95 per month and it gets you at least $30 in coupons of freebies and discounts around the bungalow communities (i.e. College Park, Thornton Park, Audubon Park, etc).

So in honor of being treated so well as a member, I thought I would showcase a night I had on the town, all thanks to the Bungalower!

First stop was the Artisan's Table.  I had a different version of a Pisco Sour (discovered these in Cusco, Peru) called the Black Beauty.
First stop was the Artisan’s Table. I had a different version of a Pisco Sour (discovered these in Cusco, Peru) called the Black Beauty.

 

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Then we stopped for the best popsicles on the planet at the Pop Parlour (formerly the Hyppo – no one new what that was). And from the coupon you can see that they do have alcoholic popsicles. They are also quite tasty.

 

Finally, we ended the night at Aku Aku.  Unfortunately, their free drink did not mean their signature cocktails, so my Bestie used the coupon to buy a beer and I split a Fu Man Chu (ginger and rum) with my Partner In Crime.
Finally, we ended the night at Aku Aku. Unfortunately, their free drink did not mean their signature cocktails, so my Bestie used the coupon to buy a beer and I split a Fu Manchu (ginger and rum… and mint, if you couldn’t tell by the picture) with my Partner In Crime.

After that, we took a Lyft home (see my blog post here to learn how to earn a free ride with them).

The next morning, we used another coupon from Bungalower to replenish our electrolytes with a tasty juice from Grounding Roots.  For a small up charge, we were able to get the 16 oz bottle, rather than their tasting size.

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So if you’re looking for a way to get involved in the community and learn about new businesses opening (and unfortunately others closing) check out Bungalower.  And if you’re like me and like perks, become a member today!

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