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Thursday, November 12, 2015

Prohibition's end: Outpost Neighborhood Kitchen debuts full liquor bar

Posted By on Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 12:02 PM

click to enlarge PHOTO BY ROB BARTLETT
  • Photo by Rob Bartlett
Getting a liquor license in this town isn't an easy task. Just ask the piles of restaurants who have submitted application after application just to be turned down because of some error or some oversight. Also, $$$$.

But there's no denying that cocktail culture is here to stay, so if a place like Outpost Neighborhood Kitchen in College Park, whose food is solid and whose brunch offerings overflow from the menu like patrons out the door on Sunday morning, wants to stay current, cocktails are the way to go.



Luckily, just about nine months since opening the doors to the Edgewater Drive space, Outpost Neighborhood Kitchen, the early-1900s-theme restaurant and beer-and-wine bar, has secured their license and has begun slinging drinks like it's 1933. Prohibition is over, people, let's toast.

Outpost is hosting their first happy hours from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. nightly with $4 "you call it" specials, and there's a BOGO special on all draft beer and wine on tap (yes, wine on tap is a thing). 

click to enlarge IMAGE COURTESY OUTPOST NEIGHBORHOOD KITCHEN VIA FACEBOOK
  • Image courtesy Outpost Neighborhood Kitchen via Facebook

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