Nirvana's tour in Belgium included a chaotic food fight, which escalated into a full-blown battle that destroyed the food tent, and the band also stole Ride's champagne, peed in their champagne bucket, and swiped all their flowers and candy; meanwhile, Bunny's Buckets & Bubbles, a new restaurant in Fells Point, will offer fried chicken and champagne, and sommeliers have shared their dream wine regions they'd love to visit.
During Nirvana's tour in Belgium, the band took part in one of the most chaotic and memorable food fights in rock history.
Frontman Kurt Cobain shared details of the epic food fight with journalist Everett True.
It all began when the band members swapped name-tags for a backstage dinner at a festival.
This seemingly harmless prank left Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan on his own, being spoon-fed baby food because he couldn't chew.
The mischievous members of Nirvana decided to give MacGowan a plate of apples, which he obviously couldn't eat.
What started as a simple prank escalated quickly into a full-blown food fight.
Someone threw a carrot stick and a grape, triggering a massive food battle that ultimately destroyed the food tent.
Kurt Cobain mentioned that if televisions had been present in the tent, they would have been wrecked as well.
As the madness continued, Nirvana snuck into Ride's trailer and stole their champagne, peed in their champagne bucket, and swiped all their flowers and candy.
When asked about the outrageous behavior, Kurt Cobain showed no remorse.
He argued that no one indulges in such antics anymore because they're too scared.
Nirvana did it all simply because they were bored and wanted to have "real sincere fun."
A new restaurant called Bunny's Buckets & Bubbles is coming soon to Fells Point.
The unique concept specializes in fried chicken and champagne, offering classic southern-style cuisine with a modern twist.
The eatery is expected to open on Ann Street, at the location where the Wharf Rat used to be.
Founder and chef Jesse Sandlin, who is also part owner of Sally O's and The Dive, describes the menu as having fried chicken as its backbone.
Patrons can expect a delicious mix of comfort food favorites, all prepared with exceptional attention to detail.
Bunny's Buckets & Bubbles also plans to offer a comfortable, inviting dining experience, with a mix of booths and tables on two levels.
The eye-catching, 20-seat horseshoe bar will allow customers to enjoy the open kitchen design, making it a perfect spot for casual dining.
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Top sommeliers from around the world have shared their dream wine regions they'd love to visit.
From South Africa's Coastal Region to Italy's Piedmont and even Georgia's Kakheti, these professionals have a diverse and impressive bucket list.
New Zealand's prime Pinot Noir regions, Sicily, Sardinia, and grower Champagne producers in France are just a few more destinations on their must-see lists.
This array of exotic locations also includes Australia, Israel, Argentina, Lebanon, Spain, Uruguay, Slovenia, and the Canary Islands.
Finally, the Douro Valley in Portugal, Santorini in Greece, and Friulian whites in Italy round out a truly global array of wine regions, offering endless opportunities for discovering new, remarkable wine experiences.
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