Tampa Bay Datz locations now have a 'Mean Girls'-inspired drink menu

It's totally grool and available through February.

click to enlarge DATZ/ FACEBOOK
DATZ/ FACEBOOK

This month, Datz—which rides the wave of pop culture references when it comes to its dishes, decor and all things over-the-top—rolled out a "Mean Girls"-inspired drink menu, otherwise known as the "Bar Book" for the month of February. 

One of the featured cocktails is the "You Go Glenn Coco!" which is a riff on a spiked peppermint mocha frappe. Others include the "You Can't Sip With Us!," "Queen Bee Sting," Fetch 75" and the "On Wednesdays We Drink Pink" comprised of gin, raspberry puree, lemon juice, egg white and topped with fresh raspberries. Might be a good idea to grab a round before hitting the Straz Center for the off broadway "Mean Girls" show running from Feb.18-23.

If you'd rather stick to the original movie featuring a pre-plastic surgery Lindsay Lohan and a young Rachel McAdams, that's totally grool, too. 

Just don't get so drunk that you get caught making out with a hot dog like Amber D'Alessio. 

You can slide by the Tampa location at 2616 S. MacDill Ave. or the St. Pete restaurant at 180 Central Ave. 

click to enlarge "You Go Glenn Coco!" which is a riff on a spiked peppermint mocha frappe with double chocolate vodka, peppermint syrup and cold brew. Topped with vanilla sweet cream, whipped cream and a candy cane. - DATZ/ FACEBOOK
DATZ/ FACEBOOK
"You Go Glenn Coco!" which is a riff on a spiked peppermint mocha frappe with double chocolate vodka, peppermint syrup and cold brew. Topped with vanilla sweet cream, whipped cream and a candy cane.


click to enlarge "You Can't Sip With Us" is made up of Four Roses Yellow Label Bourbon, sweet vermouth, Grand Marnier, and Bitterman's Burlesque Bitters. - DATZ/ FACEBOOK
DATZ/ FACEBOOK
"You Can't Sip With Us" is made up of Four Roses Yellow Label Bourbon, sweet vermouth, Grand Marnier, and Bitterman's Burlesque Bitters.


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