Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Everybody Wins at La Cocina's Game Nite

Who wants to play Hungry Hungry Hippos?

Posted By on Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 11:30 AM

King me or go fish tonight at La Cocina Restaurant.

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When was the last time you enjoyed a board game with someone in the same room? Don't you miss having actual words with friends? I know what you're saying, "I can't go because I work late." Luckily for you, game night doesn't start until 9 p.m. Now all you need is a babysitter and your competitive attitude.

There will be live music and here's all the fun La Cocina promises on their Facebook event:

•Boardgames
•Video games on a projector
•Bocce ball
•Playing cards
•Hooting & Hollering
•Dominos
•Other games of chance & skill
•Laco Taco barbeque treats (Open late!)
•Attempts at bar flare (unsuccessfully)
•Drink specials
•Serene ambient surroundings
•Paul Murray (don't make me a liar Paul)
•Fart jokes
•Laughter
•Ash trays (for discarded cigarette butts)
•New friends
•Culture
•Little baby turtles
•& so much more!

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