Drinking and driving is no bueno, but riding a bike? Now that’s just plain fun! Enjoy the Southern Pedaler experience in Midtown.
Disclosure: My Southern Pedaler tour was complimentary
Meeting with my friend at the Southern pedaler hub in Midtown we were ready to get our booze brunch on. It was relatively easy to get everyone waivered up and seated as the bike holds a dozen people. There are two seats in the back for people who don’t want to pedal, though I feel like there should be a weight limit on that. Oh and they also designate someone as the DJ and ours did a great job!
Southern Pedaler stops at three restaurants during the booze brunch tour. I like that they make you work the hardest in the beginning going to the furthest stop and then coming back, it is somewhat downhill so you don’t have to work so hard. Our driver was super friendly and cheery and made the ride so enjoyable. Also our fellow riders were super friendly too!
A first stop was at Publik Kitchen right next to the Fox Theatre, where we had the best mimosas of the 3 restaurants. Next up was Takorea for a taco and blood Mary. Takorea was the most disappointing of all 3 stops with the bland and tiny taco not doing much to satisfy our appetite. But then we went to Einstein’s and had our final meal. It was outside on a lovely fall day, and if you want you can choose to stay there longer. Some people even ordered more food.
Though the Southern Pedaler brunch tour does stop at 3 places, the bites are small, so you will probably need another meal a bit later in the day. But the good news is you don’t have to feel guilty about what you’ve eaten because you are pedaling your brunch off!
You can find the Southern Pedaler in heart of Midtown and there is a huge lot to park in but you should note that it is quite expensive at $20, so try to carpool if possible. The Southern Pedaler operates through late fall, but may be operating during winter months too. Check their website for full information.
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