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…

GGB Reno’s “Stranger Things September” Brunch

With the release of season three of Stranger Things over the summer, the Reno Geek Girls gathered at Lili’s to discuss the hit Netflix series. Having only seen the first season and part of the second, Officer Julie assured the brunchettes that she doesn’t mind spoilers and shared that she would love to see more…

GGB Reno’s “Non-Disney Animation” August Brunch Recap

As geek girls, it’s hard NOT to love animation. Usually though, people assume you’re talking about Disney! At GGB Reno’s August “Non-Disney Animation” Brunch, we discovered just how much amazing and beloved animation, both past and current, comes from sources outside the Mouse House. Paola started everything off with a special mention of one of…

GGB Pittsburgh: Horror Brunch and Film Festival

This month, we celebrated all things spooky! We celebrate Halloween all month, so we started and ended October with a bang boo.  It turns out we have a lot of horror fans here in Pittsburgh, so we decided to host a horror film festival this year to coincide with our horror themed brunch. For months,…

GGB Glasgow: My Little Pony brunch

Have you ever asked yourself what friendship is all about? Do you ever wonder what friendship could be? Geek Girl Brunch is the perfect opportunity to show that geeky friendship is truly magic. We chose My Little Pony as a brunch theme because we both grew up on the original series and toys, and because…

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…