the tech industry prides itself on shying away from flash
$15 specialty cocktails, $11–$18 glasses of wine, and $8 drafts (bar snacks like popcorn, olives, and charcuterie, $3–$18
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No it doesn't. You just don't recognize their flash. They dress like color-blind toddlers, sure, but look at the cars they drive and the houses they buy and their insufferable hoardes of consumer electronics and pop-culture memorabilia.
There are at least a dozen restaurants within three blocks of The Stranger's offices that charge this much or more, none of which have spectacular rooftop views. But your reviewers would never dare to ask "when the cost is so high, when does a bar stop becoming worth it?" about these closer-to-home establishments, for fear of losing your ad dollars.
Take a look at the homeless camps, it's really smelling like dogs in the damp.
With Mercedes, Audis and Lexuses all a-glow.
It's beginning to look a lot like 'Frisco,
Used Needles in all street corners ,
But the prettiest sight to see is my $30 aperitif and barf on your over-priced front door!