Love beer? What about good food and conversation? World of Beer is Greensboro’s newest spot to grab your favorite beer (or discover a new one) with friends, and this Wednesday it’s the site for synerG Greensboro’s November OnTap.
World of Beer opened in October, and is currently home to 36 taps, and a cooler of over 500 bottles of beer. If you’re not a big beer drinker, their cocktail and wine list has plenty of impressive options as well. The tavern menu has a mix of both bar snacks, burgers, salads, and steaks, all of which are perfect for sharing with friends.
OnTap this month will be a great event, not just because of the plethora of spirits, but because of the folks who will be attending. Besides the cast of young professionals looking to make connections, some local groups in Greensboro will be sharing information and giving away some special deals for the season.
The team from Greenhill Gallery will be discussing the upcoming Collector’s Choice event. This lively cocktail party is one of the best parties in Greensboro that showcases artwork from local artists. As an attendee of this month’s OnTap, you’ll receive a discounted ticket rate for this event that includes a 1-year free membership at the Greenhill Gallery.
Representatives from the Participatory Budgeting Project will be discussing how Greensboro is making history as the first city in the South to implement Participatory Budgeting. You’ll learn how you can get involved with this groundbreaking project-taking place right here in Greensboro.
The Transit Alliance of the Piedmont will also be on hand to talk about their organization and how citizens can support improved regional transit that is economical, convenient, environmentally sound, and connects people to opportunities.
Also joining this month’s OnTap is Beth Hansen of Downtown Fitness on Elm. She’s raffling off 1 month of free personal training to one lucky OnTap attendee.
This Wednesday, join synerG Greensboro from 5:30-8PM at World of Beer on Westover Terrace. Catch up with new and old connections, learn more about Greensboro’s best art party, discuss the future of Greensboro’s budgeting project, and get in shape for the New Year. As always, connections are on us, drinks are on you.
By: Christine Gillies, synerG Council Member