The Summer Olympic games are approaching fast and from July 27th through August 12 Barney’s Beanery’s five locations are bringing all the excitement of the NBC broadcasted coverage of the London 2012 Olympiad table-side along with a meal, a brew via booth-side table screens.
“We learned from the 2008 Games that customers get caught up in the most unusual sports, like women’s weightlifting, synchronized swimming and canoe slalom, and we are among the very few spots in town that can offer this unique sports coverage day and night tableside,” said A.J. Sacher, regional manager. Additionally, the Westwood location on Broxton avenue, once the gateway to the Olympic Village at UCLA, where in 1984 thousands of Olympians slept and practiced, will be offering a special plasma “Leader Board” posting of competition results from all Olympic venues daily.
Carrying the Torch Libation
Barney’s Beanery will also pay tribute to the final miles of the Olympic Torch Run the preceding week, by offering up special pints of lager from the country or region that the flame is passing through each day , sparking the commencement of the games in a way that will ignite revelry.
“London Calling” Starts Noon Daily
Given the nine-hour time difference between the United Kingdom and the U.S. that allows evening events to be aired at noon, Barney’s will not only be offering their traditional 700-item mega menu, but will be offering a variety of “Power Medal Lunch Specials” available from 11am- 3pm every day until the closing ceremony on August 12th.
Unique to its five roadhouses is the placement of more than 100 Plasma screens complete with a one-per-booth set-up allowing each party to view whatever they please, which is especially important during the Olympics when people’s preference of events vary so greatly. Additionally, Barney’s will dedicate a flat screen to act as a leader board displaying cumulative statistics of medals won by each country, allowing viewers to always be in the know on the latest action of their favorite event.
Get involved in Olympic Game action at one of Barney’s five locations, including the original at 8447 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood; 3rd St. Promenade, Santa Monica: Burbank, 250 N. 1st Street, Burbank, 91502; Old Town Pasadena,99 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena; and Westwood village, 1037 Broxton Avenue.
For more information, visit, www.barneysbeanery.com, follow Barney’s on Twitter @barneysbeanery, friend us at facebook.com/bbeanery or “like” them at each individual store location’s facebook fan page.