In the wake of a cronut line being re-routed due to a dead body, Bushwick, too has had a similar, yet more tailored to its interests event occur. One of the latest tiki bars to hit the town (in a bizarre trend that often causes decade confusion), The Dromedary, was having a free drink special for a limited two-hour block of time (8pm-10pm) last night, when one person took his supply to the next level of blackout.
“We felt compelled to do the special because, to be honest, we’ve needed to drum up business. Very few people want to spend $15-$18 on a cocktail until they’re already good and wasted. Lubed up, if you will,” commented one of the bartenders, Marco Gonzalez, a Bay Ridge resident, who, frankly, wants to quit the bar scene in Bushwick.
And after Gonzalez was the one responsible for re-routing the drinking line to evade running over the drunken, near dead man, whose name was later revealed to be Juanjo Lubilio, a 33-year-old from Machu Picchu, he definitely plans to quit within the next few weeks. “I’m done with the tiki scene. It only attracts douche bags.” Maybe outside of Bushwick, one doesn’t just step over the body to get to the alcohol supply.
Written by Genna Rivieccio