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Three Guys Are Hosting Breakfast With “Serial” at Parkside Lounge

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if you’re like us (and millions of other listeners), you’ve become completely obsessed with the NPR podcast, “Serial.” The program is about the 1999 conviction of Adnan Sayed, a teenager in Baltimore, for the murder of his former girlfriend. It comes to a conclusion tomorrow with a final episode. Three guys decided to mark the occasion with a listening party at Parkside Lounge. It’s called “Breakfast with Serial.” Here’s the invite:

Join us for the first-ever Breakfast with Serial listening party, the morning the final episode is released.

The final episode of Serial!!!!

All you can eat Cereal!!!

White Russians!!

Over-use of exclamation points!!!!!

Remember waking up early to eat cereal and watch cartoons before school? This is pretty much the same thing but, at a totally sweet bar and we’ll also have white russians because a drink before work is something ADULTS do.

Is there a bombshell revelation that ended the season? Will the question “What’s the deal with Jay?” ever be answered? Come be surprised and/or disappointed in the company of other people. No Spoilers, Guaranteed!

Strict no talking during the finale. Plenty of time for you to get to work. Plenty of time for attendees to discuss before/after.

One of the organizers, Cesar Kuriyama, told the Daily News, “In my head it seems like this bar filled with people eating cereal listening to a podcast… could be silly or it could be awesome.”

A $15 ticket will get you all-you-can-eat cereal and one brunch cocktail. For an extra $5, you get access to a 20 pound bag of cereal marshmallows.

7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. // Parkside Lounge // 317 East Houston Street.

Click here to RSVP.

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