[Guest of a Guest] “Team Blonde” Hosts Neon Fundraiser at Mason Inn

September 30, 2011 | http://bit.ly/14FV32c “Ladies from powderpuff football team, Team Blonde, hosted a NEON fundraiser at Mason Inn last night. They face off Team Brunette on Saturday afternoon, November 12 in the name of the Alzheimer’s Association.”

 

[Washingtonian] Glover Park’s Mason Inn Revamps the Gin & Tonic Space

September 16, 2011 | http://bit.ly/15xveO4 “Eight 60-inch televisions and a large projector are primed for game day, and there’s a stuffed water buffalo head holding court above the long oakwood bar (his name is Morris, in case you want to say hi). While it’s an official Ole’ Miss zone, a full lineup of sports packages and game-time specials like $8 Bud Light pitchers satisfy a range of fans.”

 

[Thrillist] Mason Inn

August 31, 2011 | http://thrl.st/14IvznP “Remedying Glover Park’s glaring lack of sports bar-age, this southern-themed skylit space (from the guys behind recently departed Gin and Tonic), boasts a 52-foot southern oak bar, live bands, and games like Golden Tee and Big Buck Hunter. They’re pouring eight drafts underneath a huge water buffalo head named “Morris”, presumably because he’s where you Phil-Up.”

[Urban Daddy] A Southern-Fried Sports Bar in Glover Park

August 26, 2011 | http://bit.ly/1bqolUk “If you’ve ever wondered why you can’t dance on tables and chairs amid photos of Archie Manning, Bear Bryant and Tim Tebow, wonder no more. And if your Saturday afternoon should bleed into Saturday night, stick around for the honky-tonk-style debauchery, fueled by live country-rock bands on the stage in the front window.

[Revamp] ‘Maggie May’ Is Gin & Tonic’s Swan Song; Glover Park Nightspot Begins Transformation Into Mason Inn

August 8, 2011 | http://bit.ly/14ruo56 “Mirroring its debut, the lush harmonies of Rod Stewart’s iconic ‘Maggie May’ were the last sounds to pipe through Gin & Tonic’s booming sound system on Saturday evening, as “Glover Park’s Tavern” delivered its final swan song to an at-capacity crowd of loyal patrons. The Glover Park nightspot now begins its transformation into Mason Inn….”