PARTY LINE: The Tide rolled at Whiskey Bravo

Ala. sorority sisters

A group of former sorority sisters from the University of Alabama took in last weeks's game at 723 Whiskey Bravo. Deborah Wheeler, far left, and Sandy Buckley, far right, joined them.

Photo by Greig Buckley
Published: Wednesday, September 18, 2013 at 11:48 AM.

There's no better fun than getting together with friends to watch college football on a Saturday afternoon.

I huddled with Sandy and Greig Buckley and John Stasko to watch the Alabama/Texas A&M game at 723 Whiskey Bravo last Saturday afternoon. George and Alan's plate of crispy calamari in sweet chili sauce was yummy. We saw Gerry and Lisa Burwell, Gerry and Gillian Lee, Bob and Beth Coppedge, Karen and Maunsel White, Bill and Betsy Evett, Kelly and Billy Buzzett there also. So good to get out and see some of the 30A crowd! There was a group of former sorority sisters from Tuscaloosa in one of the rooms watching the game.

Owners Skip and Victoria Moore weren't there, however. They were in Atlanta. Their second grandchild arrived early on Sept. 12. Victoria said Anabelle is a healthy little doll.

Another South Waltoner has a new grandbaby. Debbie Weant's Meg gave birth to a baby boy Saturday. Captain Castleberry weighed 6 pounds, 3 ounces and was 19 inches long.

Congratulations to Cuvee Bistro's partner/proprietor Pam Wellborn, who is now the restaurant's official Certified Sommelier and Certified Specialist of Wine. Certified by both the Court of Master Sommeliers and the Society of Wine Educators, Wellborn oversees the restaurant's wine list of more than 200 selections. Cuvee's wine list has just been awarded its third Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for 2013.

Mama Clemenza's in Fort Walton Beach has entered a small business big ad contest to have a 90-second commercial air during the Super Bowl game. They are asking everyone to vote for them on Facebook. 

I enjoyed breakfast at Harbor Docks one morning last week. I had not been there in several years. It was good to see Charles Morgan, and he remembered me!

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