The Champion

It's Championship weekend. Saturday, we revel in our escapism for one more day - shutting out the news of the world and girding our loins for our upcoming battles knowing we'll be victorious soon (see below). And, like every Saturday, all Jack Daniels flavors are $6. Tomorrow, come watch the AFC & NFC Championship games. Never a cover. Always fun!

What does it take to become a champion?

The secret is so simple and so basic yet is often overlooked. Success in and out of sports is directly related to how willing you are to venture outside of your own comfort zone. It's not the natural talent, the physical gifts or the training advantages that separate the best from all the rest. It is instead the simple habit of "getting comfortable being uncomfortable" that drives a man to do just a little bit more than everyone else, to go a little harder, run a little faster, make that extra sacrifice, etc.

And what gay man isn't uncomfortable after recent events? Just like the gladiators of Ancient Rome, we need to strengthen our resolve and become victorious.

Champions are never satisfied with simply doing a good job. They are continually looking for the competitive edge, for a better way, for a new angle that the opponent hasn't yet thought of. Simply put, these individuals don't just do their best.

They are successful because they do what ever it takes!

At Bacchus we know we're a small neighborhood bar, but we know the secret and quiet power of hard work. We work hard to please our customers.

Come to Bacchus and see for yourself.
You'll be glad you did.