Friday, January 7, 2011

What Super Bowl? Party II

Will it be the Steelers or the Seahawks?  The Patriots or the Packers?  The Colts or the Bears?


It's that time again . . . time for the Napa Guerilla Gay Bar's 2nd Annual "What Super Bowl?" Party!

Let's face it - not everyone gets into football - especially when the local teams aren't playing.  Instead of feigning interest, why not go some place where the mention of "football" or "the Super Bowl" are actually frowned upon.

So, join us again this year at Bounty Hunter Wine Bar & Smokin' BBQ (975 First Street in Napa) for the Napa Guerilla Gay Bar's "What Super Bowl? Party II" on Sunday, February 6.

We'll kick-off our celebration at 3:00 pm (35 minutes before the scheduled kick-off Super Bowl XLV in Cowboys Stadium).

Bounty Hunter has an outstanding wine list and fabulous food including appetizers, soups, salads and sandwiches - not to mention their amazing "Signature Items" which include:
  • Beer Can Chicken
  • Kobe Beef Sliders
  • Chef's Seafood Special
  • Smokin' St. Louis Cut Ribs
  • The 40-ounce(!) Cowboy Ribeye Steak
And don't forget - Bounty Hunter was named "Best Wine Bar in the Bay Area" for both 2009 AND 2010 by the readers of

For a little added fun we'll make the following rule:
  • Every time someone utters the words "Football", "First Down", "Penalty", "Super Bowl" or the names of either team playing in Super Bowl XLV, said utterer will be required to put 1 US Dollar ($1.00) in "The Bucket".
  • At the end of the event all monies from "The Bucket" will be donated to The Trevor Project - a group "determined to end suicide among LGBTQ youth by providing life-saving and life-affirming resources including (a) nationwide, 24/7 crisis intervention life, digital community and advocacy/educational programs that create a safe, supportive and positive environment for everyone".
This event, like all Napa Guerilla Gay Bar events, is open to EVERYONE - the only requirement is to treat fellow participants (troops), other patrons, the facility and its management and employees with respect.

1 comment:

  1. I think this is the worse idea I've ever heard of... way to stereotype gay people! no wonder i haven't attended any of these events. open you're minds fellas. i like the fact that you're raising money, but I'd rather donate money and not be around a bunch of non sport fan, fellow gay ppl.