Posted on: 16 July 2018
When it comes to celebrating a birthday for adults, it can be hard to keep things fun without having to go overboard. If you are celebrating the birthday of someone who loves to have fun drinking alcohol, wine or spirits of any kind, a great way to host a birthday celebration is to find a local venue that can be casual but still delicious and fun. Here are some of the tips to follow when trying to find a location that everyone will like.
Choose a Distillery and Bar
A great option is to host the dinner at a distillery or bar. This way the person who enjoys drinking can spend the night getting the type of beer, liquor or other spirits that they want, and you know that there will be a wide variety of options for all the other guests as well. Pick a spot that either has a catering menu that you can pick from for large events, or that has tapas and plates that you can share.
Give Drink Tickets
Talk with the party location in advance, and if you don't want to pay for everyone's food and drinks, then just pay for the first drink or two. You can give drink tickets, and then the bartenders will know what tab to put the drink on, and once the tickets are gone the guests can start ordering on their own. The location may have another way of doing this.
Bring a Non-Messy Dessert
Don't bring a dessert that will have to be cut or will be messy. Instead, find a local venue and try the following options:
- Individually wrapped desserts
The less you have to mess with anything and the easier it is for you to hand the dessert out if you want to have it, the better.
Call around and get the prices for the menus and the availability before you choose a location and spread the word or send out invitations. You want to make sure that the place that you're trying to go will be available and work, and that will be affordable for the people that you are inviting for the big event. If you are trying to make the event a surprise, then make sure that you let everyone know, so the secret doesn't slip out, and so the birthday fun isn't ruined before you get to the venue.
For more information, contact your local distillery and bar.Share