Mother of Pearl: Who'd You Rather? // Shark Edition!
BreakThruTV | ep172 | Apr 16, 2018
Mother of Pearl is a Polynesian-inspired, modern tiki bar located in the East Village neighborhood of New York City, serving all-vegan fare, from pupu platters to colorful island-inspired cocktails. In BreakThruTV’s​ second episode at the tropical escape, Chelsea ​White challenges Beverage Director, Jane Danger, ​to a game of "Who'd You Rather? // Shark Edition!" where Jane must choose between famous sharks to name a king shark.



Music featured in this episode:

"Can I Be Your Lover?" by Lime Cordiale // "Seasoned Curly Fries" by Mo Douglas // "Memory" by Com Truise

RELEVANT LINKS

Mother Of Pearl: Official Website // Facebook // Twitter // Instagram

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