- Pulp Fiction fans will love I Love You, Too, Honey Bunny–a bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios, dark honey whiskey, West Virginia honey and half & half (it’s good fat). I hear this is called West Virginia oatmeal.
- Love beer? Love chocolate? Never have to choose again. Cuckoo for Cause has Cocoa Puffs, Sam Smith Chocolate Stout and praline liqueur.
- We’ve encountered this before. Silly Sloe Rabbit is a colorful but dangerous mix of Trix, sloe gin and preserved lemon syrup. Trix are for who?! You should have heeded the warning.
- You might have to bring this one the next time you go camping. Campfire Crispies with Golden Grahams, Patron Cafe XO and Tres Leches liqueur. Highly flammable.
- Cinnamon Girl has Cinnamon Toast Crunch, maple whiskey and rum chata. The original name for Jackson 5′s “Candy Girl,” but nothing rhymed with cinnamon.
All Adult cereals are at the teenage price of $10 each and come in the form of dry cereal and a frothy concoction that you control yourself. (We recommend that you just pour it all in.) Too wacky for you? Check out the spiked Tuaca French toast, whiskey BBQ burger, cognac mushroom omelet, and $15 bottomless Bloody Marys and mimosas…
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Mary was born and raised in New York City where her family owned restaurants. Instead of eating dirt on the playground, she ate duck blood, beef tripe and pork belly. She cut her teeth at The Mandarin Oriental and The Ritz-Carlton hotels, working with Barbra Streisand, Vanessa Williams, Michael Stipe, LeVar Burton, Jane Krakowski and others. Mary founded Girl Meets Food in 2009 as a cover for her debilitating addiction to fried chicken and was named Washington Post’s “Favorite Local Foodie.” After 13 years in hospitality, she started freelance writing for USA Today, The Washington Post, Eater, Washington City Paper, and more. Today, she provides digital marketing for hospitality clients as a content creator who’s contently creating content.