Here’s an obvious statement: winter is cold. Here’s another: most people do not like the cold. What’s good about these two obvious observations? Their fun will most likely be held indoors; hopefully at your bar!
Just because the winter months are a bit dreary, that doesn’t mean your business has to be. We have put together a list of promotions that will help to liven up the slower and colder months of the year.
Rockit Bar & Grill will be hosting the Run Your Mouth on January 30th. The Run Your Mouth is a night of comedy to benefit Chicago Run. Each ticket is $40 which includes a hosted bar, appetizers and a full hour of pure comedy. 100% of the proceeds raised at Run Your Mouth will benefit Chicago Run, a non-profit organization that facilitates running programs for youth in Chicago. Consider hosting a charity event to warm the hearts of your staff and customers this winter.
Passion is always in fashion, as A La Mode Thursdays got in the spirit of AVN with special guest Tera Patrick at 1OAK in Las Vegas! The adult star performed an amazing burlesque performance while taking in the best in Vegas nightlife with her gorgeous friends. DJ M!IKEATTACK kept the party going all night long. Just because it may be colder where you are than in Vegas doesn't mean you have to turn down the heat!
The Point is not letting the bitter cold of Boston put a hinder in their fun and games. They hosted their Winter Bar Bocce Party on January 14th. MLBocce provided complimentary beer from 6:30-7:30PM and there was a raffle held at 8:30PM. Take a few pointers from The Point and think about a game night to entertain your guests.
For the first time ever Contingo in Austin, TX has decided to put up a tent for the winter. There are heaters installed, and the fire pit outside will continue to be utilized for the chilly winter nights. Winter is not as frigid for some of you, so consider something like an outdoor fire pit!
As winter approaches, Neighborhood Pub & Grill in Wisconsin creates a special drink menu to keep their customers content after their long days in the cold. Each cocktail is festively named for the seasons and most contain coffee or Bailey's. Consider creating seasonal drink menus in order to keep your bar fresh and your customers coming back.