Convo Bar, a restaurant and bar in New York City will be serving a new Pepsi and rum based cocktail called "The Gorilla Martini" at their 2014 Super Bowl Party during the Bruno Mars Half Time show sponsored by Pepsi.
New York, New York, United States., January 22, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) -
The Gorilla Martini, although similar to the popular “Rum and Coke” version, it is distinctly different. In addition to Pepsi, the cocktail contains 3 types of rum, coconut water, lime and two secret ingredients. The Gorilla Martini will have a special discounted price of $7.00 during Convo Bar’s Super Bowl Party and then for 1 week after the game. The drinking age in New York City and all of New York State is 21 years of age.
"Convo Bar is known for unique cocktails and great music so the Pepsi sponsored Bruno Mars half time show was perfect inspiration for our Bartenders," said Marie Harris, spokesperson for Convo Bar. “We are hoping Bruno hears about The Gorilla Martini and comes to the Convo Bar to try one; on the house of course.”
Convo Bar's Super Bowl Party 2014 is planned for 5:00pm February 2, 2014 to coincide with the American football game between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks which has kickoff scheduled for 6:25pm EST. The game will be held in the MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
About Convo Bar NYC
Convo Bar is a restaurant, Bar and cocktail Lounge in New York City. Convo Bar takes its name from the idea that great food and drinks spark great "Convo" or conversation. Convo Bar is located in the heart of New York City next to Times Square and the Theater District. Convo Bar features specialty rustic crust pizzas and Italian influenced small plates.
Telephone: (212) 595-4025
Address: 675-A 9th Avenue, NY, NY 10036 Between 46th and 47th
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