Contest for local pubs and restaurants will result in official drink of Gulf County

Published: Tuesday, December 24, 2013 at 09:48 AM.

During the planned media receptions, Jenkins said she still plans to serve food reflective of the area, as well as bring a Plein Air artist and possibly a representative from one of the local apiaries.

“It’s all about bringing your destinations to those areas,” said Jenkins. “You have to show them your authentic characteristics.”

Jenkins said that the point of Bar Wars is not to promote alcohol, but rather to have fun while engaging residents and visitors.

She said that she was excited about the prospect of someone being able to go to any area restaurant and order a GCFL drink and knowing that it’s going to be delicious.

“It allows the bars to coordinate with one another. Even though we’re competing businesses, we can all work together,” said Warriner.

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