Now, we're all bourbon fans at The Braiser (and wine fans, and scotch fans, and beer fans, and [insert alcohol here] fans), and we're all fans of Ron Swanson, but this -- this is a pretty bad way to combine all three of those things.
Skydiving. Times Square on New Year's Eve. Stranded in the middle of the ocean. All places we'd rather be than in Amy's Baking Company, the infamous Kitchen Nightmares' restaurant that set off "an Internet firestorm." "Disneyworld for crazies" doesn't even describe this place fully -- and that's just thinking of the two co-owners, who were subject to another visit on the season premiere of Kitchen Nightmares.
Have you not seen the spoof of HBO’sGirls, starring Laraine Newman as Hannah Horvath and Wendie Malick as Marnie Michaels 36 years into the future? Well you should, because it’s pretty fucking spot-on, plus it’s the cultural zeitgeist, plus it’s five days old, so all your friends have seen it already, and you’re probably definitely missing out on some references.
What does this have to do with us? Well besides being deeply concerned with your cultural educations, Girls Season 38 has given us a powerful glimpse into how hipsters of the future will eat. Obviously, Hannah’s stuffing her face for the entire time she isn’t getting boned (by Martin goddamn Starr), and this provides useful information on what the foodscape of Greenpoint circa 2049 will look like. Below, a helpful slideshow of all the foods consumed on Girls Season 38.