South Florida bars having ‘hurricane parties’

South Florida bars having ‘hurricane parties’
News from Sun-Sentinel:

August 26, 2012|By Maria Murriel, Staff writer

If sitting in a shuttered house snacking on canned beans and warm water doesn’t sound enticing to you, there are brazen bar owners out there, ready to take in customers, storm or not.

The Native Florida Tap Room in Hollywood is throwing a hurricane party at 4 p.m. Sunday, serving free hot dogs and jambalaya, while supplies last. Owner Carl “Kilmo” Pacillo is on the bill to perform, along with other local music-heads. Some drinks will be two-for-one and others $ 1 off regular price, through 7 p.m.

World of Beer locations in Coconut Creek and Miami plan to offer $ 3 pints during their Sunday hurricane parties.

For all Miller’s Ale Houses in Broward County, it will be business as usual, according to regional manager Vince Caci.

“As of right now, we are planning to stay open,” Caci said. “If the thought comes that any of our guests or employees would be in jeopardy, we would close down. But we’ve been operating in South Florida for many a year and it’s typically some wind and rain, so we’re gonna muscle…………… continues on Sun-Sentinel

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