Lynnesanity’s Guide To Northgate
Upon my many adventures of debauchery I’ve always been told that life is not a sprint it’s a marathon. My exception to this rule is Northgate. To me Northgate is a marathon that you sprint. To help you get the most out of your experience here’s a guide to map out your travels.
Start of the Night
It’s always a good idea to start your night at Northgate in an uncrowded bar. The goal is to drink cheap and to establish a good foundation. That being said….
The Ranch- Here you can play a friendly game of skee ball or Pacman while enjoying cheap wells. Make sure you order a Mango Bango and a Lynnesanity shot from Alex.
Other Good Starters
Chimys- Cadillac Margarita
Rebel Draft House- Sex Machine
Obannons- Mint Chocolate Chip Shot
Paddock Lane- Fishbowl Race
Tipsy Turtle- Pickle Shot
Middle of the Night
Once the night starts to pick up the bars will get more crowded. These recommendations are more for the risk takers.
Sake Bar- Get yourself a Kyoto Sunrise Bomb but if you are in the spirit of Alabama weekend try a Johnny Football Bomb.
Other Good Options
Dry Bean- Green Frog
Cedar Lane- Wake Me Up
Logan’s- Unicorn Cum
End of the Night
As your time on Northgate comes to an end to make sure you head over to the dark side. Notoriously known for its darker lighting and a nightclub atmosphere it’s required that you save this side for the last part of your night. These bars aren’t well known for their unique drinks like the others, but instead are more known for the experience that comes with them. It’s nothing I can explain, you just have to see for yourself.
Top Recommendation - Foundation Room
Other Options - Gatsby’s, Social and Hookah Station.
*Don’t forget that in order to have a true Lynnesanity night you must end your night with some Fuego Queso.
** Disclaimer: this guide is just a suggestion for those of legal drinking age listing the best drinks to try while at these bars, in my opinion. This is in no way a suggestion to consume all of these drinks in one night. Please drink responsibly at your own risk.