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The Hangry Bison

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It was an unbelievable surprise when my daughter showed up at my job on Tuesday. It turns out, my co-workers knew she was coming. When I saw her face come through those doors my heart just filled up!

One of our long-time family traditions was to go out to dinner and a movie once a week. We are keeping that tradition going.

We’d eaten dinner earlier in the evening but had some time to kill before seeing a movie called The Upside. We headed over to the Winter Park Village in Winter Park we noticed just across from the Regal Cinema this place, The Hangry Bison. We decided to pop in to have a cocktail while passing a little time until the start of the movie.

We walked up to the bar and there we were greeted by this sweet bartender named Eileen. Melissa and I were curious and started asking questions like how long had they been open and what were they best known for. She talked about their hand-built burgers, fine bourbon, and craft beers.

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First, here’s a quick peek of The Hangry Bison.

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Here’s a look at their menu.

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Besides chatting it up with Eileen, who made us feel as though we’d know her forever, are the Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Churro Doughnuts. What?

Well, Melissa was glancing over the menu and noticed a dessert called Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Churro Doughnuts. Eileen told us they were out of this world, with that said, we definitely had to try them. Drizzled with dark chocolate, a Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Caramel, and a light sprinkling of powdered sugar these Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Churro Doughnuts are a roller coaster for your taste buds. Just look!

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For more information about The Hangry Bison, just visit their website at www.thehangrybison.com.

 

 

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