Richmond picked as one of ‘101 Places to Party Before You Die’ on new TV comedy travel series | Television


We knew Richmond was a great party town. Now, it’s official.

A new TV comedy travel series called “101 Places to Party Before You Die” will feature Richmond as one of the titular places on an upcoming episode July 28.

The truTV unscripted travel series follows comedians and friends Adam Pally (known for his work in “Happy Endings” and “The Mindy Project”) and Jon Gabrus (from the Netflix film “Game Over, Man!”) on three-day weekend escapes from their families in cities across the United States.

The synopsis for the Richmond episode is: “Where else can you get a smash burger, ride in a tuktuk, & find spiritual LPs? Turns out it’s Richmond, Virginia.”

On the show, Pally describes Richmond as “the Brooklyn of the South.” And Gabrus says it’s the Austin of the East.

The show’s premise is to “step off the beaten path,” where “the guys champion the authenticities of each stop and share with viewers their love of the unexplored,” according to the news release.


Adam Pally and Jon Gabrus visits Richmond in truTV’s “101 Places to Party Before You Die.”

In Richmond, the guys visited the following spots, businesses and eateries:

  • RVATukTuk
  • Hollywood Cemetery
  • The Poe Museum
  • The Jasper
  • The Veil Brewing Co.
  • Cobra Burger
  • ZZQ — Texas Craft Barbeque
  • Peak Experiences Rock Climbing Center
  • Hotel Greene
  • Black Lodge
  • Rest in Pieces
  • Lucy Lane
  • Big Herm’s Kitchen
  • Barky’s Spiritual Store
  • Can Can Brasserie
  • Alewife

Other places to “party before you die” featured on the show include Maui, Hawaii; Moab, Utah; Miami; Portland, Ore.; Atlanta; and Denver.

  • The series is inspired by the book “101 Places to Get Fcked Up Before You Die: The Ultimate Travel Guide to Partying Around the World” from Matador Network and Hollan Publishing Inc.

The series debuted Thursday at 10:30 p.m. on cable channel truTV. The Richmond episode will air July 28.

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