Gen X Tavern is donating a portion of sales to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay all this month

$1 from every "Uncle Buck" cocktail sold will benefit the shelter.

Gen X Tavern is donating a portion of sales to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay all this month
PHOTO COURTESY OF GEN X TAVERN

All month long, Gen X Tavern in downtown Tampa will be serving up their signature "Uncle Buck" cocktail and donating $1 from each drink sold to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay

The July Giveback event will have the tavern's bartenders mixing up the Uncle Buck bev, which is consists of Uncle Nearest Tennessee Whiskey, strawberries, ginger syrup, lemon, and bitters. 

You can snag it for $9, while checking out the decor ranging from Cabbage Patch kids to old school VHS tapes that'll make you itching for simpler times. 

After doing your good deed for the Humane Society, snag a Tang-a-rita and some Dunkaroo's, maybe even a fried Twinkie. 

Still thinking about it? Remember Uncle Buck's famous threat,

"How would you like to spend the next several nights wondering if your crazy, out of work, bum uncle will shave your head while you sleep? See you in the car."

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