The Great Guinness Toast
Where? Where? Where?
Everyone wants to know where to go for The Great Guinness Toast.
The answer is simple: Any place where Guinness beer is served.
Get all of your friend together, raise a glass at 11pm and you’re in.
To quote Chef Tell, “Very simple, very easy”.
Have someone take a picture of you all together and email it to the Guinness people.
It really is just that easy.
As a community service, we’ll start a list here of local watering holes serving Guinness beer. Add your favorite location in the comments and I will update this post for all to see.
- Finnegan’s Way – Ocean Drive – Miami Beach
- Finnegans’ 2 – Lincoln Road – Miami Beach
- Finnegan’s on the River -Miami
- The Playwright – 13th & Washington – Miami Beach
- Ted’s Hideaway – 124 2nd Ave – Miami Beach
(I’m guessing his other places will have Guinness too. Dewey’s? Liquor Lounge? Free Spirits?)
- Big Pink – 2nd & Collins – Miami Beach
(Stop laughing. I know we’re not an Irish pub, but I talked Keegan into it and we are so totally onboard!)
- Lost Weekend – 218 Española Way – Miami Beach
- Quarterdeck Seafood Restaurant – 1430 Alton Rd – Miami Beach
Basically, almost all the local’s favorites will be in on the party.
Help me out people, where else can we go tomorrow night?
Note: Clarke’s said they will not be participating. I don’t know why, but that is their choice.
Great Guinness Toast
16th Annual Great Guinness Toast
What will you be doing this Friday at 11pm?
If you answered, “Trying to break the world’s record for largest toast” you are probably taking part in the 16th Annual Great Guinness Toast.
That’s exactly what those great guys at Guinness have done with The Great Guinness Toast. Sometimes known as “St. Practice Day”, made up of Guinness drinkers across the country trying to break the record for the largest simultaneous toast. Since it’s inception in 1993 Pittsburgh, The Great Guinness Toast has consistently grown, and breaks its own record each and every year.
The concept of collectively raising a glass and toasting with the famous black and creamy brew is an attempt to gain entrance into one of Arthur Guinness’ other select clubs; The Guinness Book of World Records.
Bars, Clubs, Pubs, Restaurants and all types of drinking establishments all around the country put up posters, hand out door prizes and even raise funds for charity, all to be a part of the famous simultaneous toast…and you don’t even have to be Irish!
It’s a ritual! it’s a gathering of friends! it’s…it’s…just another reason to drink Guinness.
When: Friday, Feb 15 at 11:00pm
Where: any bar or pub serving Guinness beer