Revealing The Secret To Keeping Nightlife Fresh
I’m sitting at home watching the Dodgers-Yankees game ( LA wins!) thinking of what I want to post on this blog.
There’s a few things floating around in m head – the Madison Square Garden company today announced it is investing a whopping $100 million in the Los Angeles Forum to make it a concert venue to rival Staples Center and a New York City nightlife tour company had reached out to me – but instead I’m watching TV.
I’m not out on the town, whooping it up. And it’s Taco Tuesday!
Yes, the party Bar Blogger is at home.
But if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my years of partying, never force yourself to go out to the bars. That’s the thing that keeps it fresh, keeps it exciting. Now matter how much fun anything is , if you do too much of it, then it becomes routine. Boring, even.
My nightlife is rarely boring. The next two days it’s the Manhattan Beach 6-man, which USED to be great but is now reduced to pounding the Buds in Shellback Tavern and Ercoles with a few of the remaining fun beach volleyball team members.
And then on the weekend it’s the Sunset Strip Music Festival, a block party with bands and beer gardens along the most famous live music street in the world.
Plus, I’m fresh off a weekend at the World Series of Beach Volleyball, where I was hanging in the Bud Light beer garden parthing with PubClubette Lindsay Bedell.
So yeah, I have a few quiet nights at home. They make the nights out that much more entertaining.