GGB Reno’s “Marvel March” Brunch

For the month of March, the Reno Geek Girls met up at Mimi’s Cafe to discuss the Marvel fandom. We gushed about our favorite superheroes, swooned over our favorite super-villains, and debated the pros and cons of the kind of superpower we would like to have. Danielle, one of our three new members who dabbled…

GGB Los Angeles: Tipsy Topsy Time Travel Brunch

Los Angeles has just re-awoken from a three year long hiatus! Fresh with new officers, the chapter began with a small gathering on a Sunday morning of time travel and rain sprinkles. With the release of the Disney adaptation of Wrinkle In Time, the officers organized a Tipsy Topsy Time Travel Brunch. How was it…

GGB Ft Lauderdale – Fantasy Fans Brunch

March was a celebration of Fantasy Fans for the Fort Lauderdale Geek Girl Brunch chapter. Our brunch took place on March 11th at The Field Irish Pub & Eatery in Fort Lauderdale, FL. This was the perfect venue for a fantasy-themed brunch. The Field is like a real-world Hobbiton, built around and with the natural…

GGB San Antonio’s November Science Brunch!

  Bright and early on a (not so chilly in San Antonio, Texas) November morning, Geek Girl Brunch San Antonio met to celebrate our love of all things — SCIENCE!  Science brunch took place at one of our favorite, time-honored locations, Ajuua! Mexican Bar & Grill. Ajuua is home to an amazing assortment of drinks, with a wide…

GGB Leeds: A Box of Delights – Autumn/Winter Season 2017/18

Here at GGB Leeds, we always try to make our brunches the best they can be. Sadly, they can’t always be the biggest. For a vast number of reasons – schedule conflicts, childcare issues, etc… which even, after much consideration, led to a brief Chapter sabbatical over Summer – our events have been a bit…

GGB San Antonio’s Anime September Bunch!

Our first brunch of the fall was a darling delight of all our girls: Anime! On this bright and sunny day, we met at geek girl approved and loved, San Antonio GGB favorite (that we have come around about once a year,  Fujiya Japanese Garden.  It’s an amazing place in San Antonio for all sorts…