Wine Pong with Public House & Taquitoria


If you’re like most Americans, several of your college memories likely involve keg stands, frat parties, and a game of beer pong (or 50, but who’s counting?) Several of these memories probably warrant a re-do (or a much needed upgrade).

On July 31stPublic House Wine is refreshing the beloved pastime of beer pong and initiating their first ever Wine Pong Tournament! Yes, you heard right.

To ensure athletes–er, guests–are well fueled for the match, NY’s popular late night joint,  Taquitoria, will be serving up several of their fan-favorites including their Bell & Evan’s Chicken braised in Batch 22 (Bloody Mary Mix) by Marc Forgione.

Here’s what you need to know:

When: Thursday, July 31st7:00-10:00 PM
Where: We Work Soho West; 175 Varick Street (Charlton Entrance), New York, NY 10002
What: Endless wine, great food, heated competition, & a stellar grand prize
Why: Because a wine and taquito-fueled workout is the only kind we can get behind

Tickets & details available here:

Three entrepreneurs in NYC have created a wine seemingly designed for New Yorkers — Public House Wine, a boxed wine company with 10 plastic cups included in the packaging, is the perfect addition to your rooftop soirees, outdoor picnics and trips to the beach. The plastic cups are IN the packaging making the box of wine easy to share and contains no glass for those pesky rooftop rules. The box includes four bottles worth of Chilean Sauvignon Blanc or Cabernet Sauvignon that stays fresh for up to six weeks (not that there is ever any left…)