Girl Scout Cookies + beer = pay dirt

One lucky Girl Scout needs to make only one stop on her sales route this year.

Luck restaurant at Trinity Groves buys more than 650 boxes of Do-Si-Dos, Thin Mints, Samoas, etc. for its annual cookie-and-beer pairing events.

Avery Pittman is that Girl Scout. Her dad, Daniel, is the executive chef and a partner in the restaurant.

Last year, Luck sold 400 tickets in advance of the event’s opening day, partner Jeff Dietzman says. And on the day of the event, they wound up selling 500 cookie-and-beer flights all together.

The restaurant gained a following with its incredibly popular donut-and-beer flights, and they added the cookie event in 2015.

Girl Scouts posted up outside of Luck sold 850 boxes during the week of the cookie-and-beer pairing last year. Even Food Network star Bobby Flay, who happened to be in the neighborhood, bought a box. Here’s proof:

Pre-sale tickets are available for the first day, Jan. 28, and the Valentine’s Day edition on Feb. 18. The flights are first-come first-served Jan. 29-Feb. 3.

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