Views:306533|Rating:4.79|View Time:11:42Minutes|Likes:3091|Dislikes:135 Sarah Silverman and Jamie Foxx get real about being rejected for roles, comedy, and more in this Grey Goose production. #ad #OffScript
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Views:4353|Rating:4.44|View Time:1:Minutes|Likes:8|Dislikes:1 Transmogrifying an 1800s-era church into a restaurant/ bar/ lounge, Museum’s a 15000sqft, three-level, five-bar tabernacle of good times, with a gold-carpeted canopy entrance from RDA, 17 crystal chandeliers, black church pews, an underground area with Gothic lamps, a bed-furnished VIP zone, and a concert stage ringed by the building’s original stone wall, who’s apparently still too pissed at the Civil War’s outcome to stay dead. While brews and wine are available at all the bars, the showstopper’s a 10ft-tall, cobalt blue “Vodka Bar” with 50+ clear spirits selected for their smoothness, plus specialty cocktails like the Museum Martini: blue electric lemonade with a Pop Rocks rim and a smoking layer of liquid nitrogen on top, so it’s like “a storm in your mouth”, something the real Halle’s already experienced through her X-Men. The kitchen’s led by Jason Ellis of Hell’s Kitchen fame, who’s whipping up apps like white chocolate-drizzled lobster w/ wonton chips, smoked molasses BBQ beef ribs, smoked king crab legs in Moscato garlic butter, and a Sunday brunch with stuffings like orange sesame ginger “Wings & Waffles”, which you’d normally have to hit both the “Nice Price” CD bin and frozen sections to find at Wal-Mart. Chea!
181 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd; SWATS; 404.343.2086