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Katharine Shilcutt brought news that food from Feast is now available at Grand Prize, wondering if the Feast faithful would be comfortable in "what can be perceived as a cliquey, tightly-knit bar of regulars." Commenter Kyle weighed in:

I've been really excited about this. It's hard to imagine a more exciting collaboration, actually.

Cliquey, though? I have always found GP to be an accepting bar for all people. I see people dressed nice, hipsters, regular Joes, and all other sorts, and they have impressive cocktail craft for a very reasonable price.

Interesting...What do the rest of y'all think?

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