Friday, February 10, 2012

New Oxygen Bar Opens Downtown

Posted By on Fri, Feb 10, 2012 at 3:00 PM

A new oxygen bar and tea room called Breathe, Drink & Design has opened at 416 N. Seventh Ave. St., right down the street from Che's Lounge. The place serves tea and oxygen for two for $20, and the oxygen is apparently infused with various scents. Facebook tells us more:

Our O2, or in lay-man's terms, "Oxygen", is derived from a very special and rare part of our planet that we like to call "The Atmosphere." Using complicated machinery handed down to us from ancient, yet technologically-advanced race of Space-Mayans (basically Mayans that became astronauts and come back to Earth every so often. Ironically, they might be the origin for the Quetzalcoatl myth, but that's a story for another time...). So, anyway, they gave us this machinery that allows us to harness the atmosphere and draw in it's precious O2 and use it for evil, capitalistic reasons... I mean, pleasant, altruistic reasons. Yeah... that's it... they're buying it... move on... *AHEM* So, as I was saying, we infuse delicious and soothing scents into the O2. The infused O2 then travels into your nose-holes (technical term) and into your brain making you feel "all sorts of good." Do that for anywhere between 10 and 20 minutes and you are solid. Good to go.

A friend of mine started one of these places in Flagstaff like a decade ago, and although the business was short-lived he swore by the effects of the oxygen.

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