Sharing is to be encouraged. The name of the game is to try as many combinations as you can without getting too... tipsy. This is why we share. It's fun tasting concoctions that you never would have thought of conjuring up.
Never underestimate the power of having extra ice handy. I didn't think this through and ended up running back and forth from the fridge in the kitchen to the dining room table many times. It's not a far trek but it's also not conducive to party-time conversation. Yelling into the other room over the buzz and clatter of falling ice cubes falling into a glass vase is not a good look for anyone. Have plenty for the glasses as well as the shaker.
Hope you all have a fantastic weekend!
Philadelphia’s where it all began (our founders launched the company there after meeting at Wharton) so we’ve got a special spot for the city.
We recently spruced up and expanded our showroom—inside one of our favorite shops, Art in the Age—so we skipped down there last Thursday to celebrate the new look.
We toasted the evening with spirits from the store’s distillery, gave the new buildout a trial run, and took plenty of photos in the Poseybooth photo booth. (There is a lot more evidence on Facebook. If you stopped by, see if we got a photo of you!)
Thanks to all who joined us! If you missed us on Thursday night, not to worry—you can visit Art in the Age any time to browse for some new frames.
PHOTOS BY CHAUCEE STILLMAN FOR ART IN THE AGE
Last night all the cool kids in Philadelphia were down at Art In The Age toasting in the rebirth of the newly expanded Warby Parker showroom. Things got a little silly but what's supposed to happen you start talking prescriptions and spirits?
Stop by Art in the Age to see the expanded showroom (read: tons new glassware) down on Third Street between Arch and Race (116 N 3rd St). There will be a Warby Parker rep on hand to help you find the perfect style for your handsome face.
Thursday, February 20th @ 7 – 9pm
Art In The Age Of Mechanical Reproduction, 116 N 3rd St
Free! Just RSVP
Toast to the new look with spirits by the store’s own distillery!
Warby Parker was created by 4 friends who met while in school at Philadelphia’s very own Wharton School of Business. The company creates uber-stylish, high-quality eyewear at a revolutionary price point [frames with prescription lenses start at just $95 bucks!]. When you purchase your Warby Parkers, you’re not only getting a pair of sassy glasses for yourself, but also a pair for a person in need. That’s right my friends,