Walt Frazier announced the closing of his restaurant near Madison Square Garden, “Clyde Frazier’s Wine and Dine,” in a post on Twitter on Tuesday. “Thank you for your patronage throughout the years,” he wrote, adding that since the restaurant opened in 2012, “it was wonderful ‘meeting and greeting’ with you.”
“Let me have a large drink, no ice, half Sprite, half lemonade,” Giannis said to a Chick-fil-A employee. “We all know this drink by now … and it officially has a name!” the Pewaukee Chick-fil-A Facebook page stated. “The 50-50 (half sprite & half Chick-fil-A lemonade) is the official drink of CHAMPIONS! Stop by today to snag this winning blend!”
It may not be the Chick-fil-A Giannis Antetokounmpo has been angling for, but another fast food chain is offering the NBA Finals MVP free meals for life. Culver’s says the manager of its Shorewood location in suburban Milwaukee is offering him all the Butterburgers and custard he can eat.
Epic Games, the makers of Fortnite, have teamed with LeBron James in the immersive experience called “El Rey’s Taco Tuesday,” an industrial space in West Hollywood that’s described as a “gaming-restaurant” where attendees can enjoy complimentary tacos.
A West Allis bakery is looking to sweeten up the Milwaukee Bucks’ NBA title quest. Grebe’s Bakery, 5132 W. Lincoln Ave., is selling “Fear the Deer” and “Buck the Suns” cookies, as well as cookies featuring Bucks players’ names and numbers. The sugar cookies are topped with buttercream icing and hand-decorated with buttercream.
Moët & Chandon, the Official Champagne of the NBA, launched its Greatness Under Pressure campaign highlighted 10-time NBA All-Star Carmelo Anthony, four-time WNBA champion Sue Bird, legendary jeweler Jason of Beverly Hills and fashion designer Don C as community builders and pressure applicators.