By Lindsay
It was Saturday night, and Slick and Lindsay wanted to go on an date.  Slick couldn’t decide where to go, so Lindsay suggested her favorite spot in Decatur, Twain’s, for some dinner and beer-related competitive gaming.  Slick pondered and then readily agreed that it was, in fact, a great idea.  (Duh.)
"Yes, Lindsay.  Excellent Idea!"

"Yes, Lindsay. Excellent Idea!"

Slick and Lindsay wanted to share the fun with an equally-as-awesome couple, so they recruited John and Sarah.

Hello, Friends!

Hello, Friends!

Only John and Lindsay had been to Twain’s before, so everyone checked out the cool interior as soon as they arrived.

Mark Twain Book on the Walls

Mark Twain Book on the Walls

Beer Tap Chandelier

Beer Tap Chandelier

Beer was ordered…

Brew for Heebs

Brew for Heebs

Appetizers were shared…

Fried Green Beans

Fried Green Beans

Dinner was eaten…

The Roadrunner

The Roadrunner

Good times were had by all!

See - good times!

See - good times!

Darts were thrown.

Evidence of Darts

Evidence of Darts

Lindsay destroyed everyone at shuffleboard.

"This Game is Called - I WIN!"  "How do you play?"  "Hmmm...I win!"

Come on! Just look at that form!

John & Slick tried to redeem themselves from shuffleboard embarrasment, but were unsuccessful.  Shame…

E for Effort...

E for Effort...

…until they destroyed the girls at foosball.

Spins were NOT allowed - we were no match

Spins were NOT allowed - Lindsay & Sarah were no match

It was a great night – and Twain’s is an excellent location for a fun evening away from the Midtown-Buckhead usual.  (Note: Twain’s also has pool tables, Golden Tee and an in-house microbrewery.  Owned by the Brick Store folks.  Can’t get much better than that!)

The End.

xx, L

Twain’s Billiards & Tap
211 E. Trinity Pl.
Decatur, GA  30030
404.373.0063
www.twains.net

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