Philly Goes Supernatural/Paranormal for October

Geek Girl Brunch Philly went to Rosy’s Taco Bar in Philadelphia for October’s Supernatural Brunch. Brunchettes celebrated all things spooky, paranormal, and supernatural in their dress, conversation, swag, and raffle prizes! All brunchettes went home with a spooky swag bag full of candy, note pads, vampire teeth, stickers, and skull shot glasses. We raffled off…

Geek Girl Jackson Bookclub Brunch!

In September, the Jackson, MS chapter hosted a Book Club Brunch at our local bakery, Broadstreet Bakery. The bakery happens to be in the same building as one of the few locally owned bookstores in the metro area, Lemuria. It was the perfect setting for our bookclub brunch! The table was filled with a variety…

Philadelphia’s Summer Brunch Recap

Summer is a busy time of year for Geek Girl Brunch Philadelphia, and this year was no exception! Check out some highlights below from our awesomely themed brunches in May, June, July, and August. May – Jane Austen Tea Party Thank you to Brunchette Rebecca for some fabulous photos. It is a truth universally acknowledged,…

Welcome to Jurassic Park

 Hold on to your butts because the ladies of GGB StL Metro celebrated ALL things Jurassic Park! It’s a fact that many of us GGB StL Metro brunchettes share an undying love of the movie franchise, the books, the games, and just dinosaurs in general. I mean, the way you could look at it is…

GGB Reno’s “J.R.R Tolkien June” Brunch Recap

Reno brunchettes met up at Mimi’s Cafe for our June Tolkien– themed brunch, and geeked out over our favorite Tolkien stories and characters. We hadn’t seen Michelle for a while, and we were excited that she brought a friend, Dana, another first time brunchette! Amazingly, both went home with prizes from the trivia quiz! Danielle…

GGB Reno’s “It’s Not Easy Being Green” Brunch

Geek Girl Brunch Reno’s very first St. Patrick’s day themed brunch was a hit!  Twelve brunchettes, sporting their green attire, gathered to honor their favorite green characters. Starting off the discussion strong, Officer Julie acknowledged the classics: Oscar the Grouch, The Green Giant and Little Sprout. She loves the “Grouch Anthem” from the Sesame Street movie…