Which six people, living or dead, would you invite to a dinner party? Your answers might help you come up with the perfect dinner group to invite to your next outing.
Whether it’s an after-work happy hour or a weekend dinner, Brick House Tavern + Tap is just the place to bring the whole gang together. And while you’re more likely to get Steve from accounting than Steve Carell to join you, there’s something to be said for having a dream team in mind when you send out that e-vite.
Here are some ideas to help get you started on building a #squadgoals invite list.
The Donald Glover
Every court needs a jester. You can always rely on this wisecracking friend to supply the side-splitting, ice-breaking zingers at just the right moment.
The Warren Buffett
Sure, numbers don’t typically make for scintillating small talk, but hear us out on this one. People who work in finance-related fields tend to know a lot about various industries, from real estate to auto to agriculture, and those things do make for fascinating dinner party chat.
The Oprah Winfrey
Everyone likes a chance to talk about him or herself. Having someone on board who’s skilled in asking interesting questions (and follow-up questions) will keep the conversation flowing.
The James Franco
How else are you going to get the scoop on the latest indie film or that life-changing 900-page novel if you don’t bring in your artsy-hip (but kinda eccentric) friend?
The Bey and Jay
This cool couple makes everyone else feel cool by association. Since they’re obviously organized enough to keep their own lives running smoothly, you know you can count on them to make sure there are enough appetizers on the table, that the bill gets split evenly and that everyone has a safe ride home.
So what are you waiting for? Call up the most interesting people you know, make a reservation at your nearest Brick House, and we’ll get this dinner party started.