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Beers, Rings and Wings: Three Things to Get You Hitched

Want to get your man to propose? Well, beer and wings will surely help. And apparently that's what the minds behind Ring Finger Studio in Midtown thought too. On January 13, from 7 to 9 p.m. the recently opened boutique will hold "Beer, Rings and Wings: A Post Holiday Event for Men Thinking About Popping the Big Question."

The event will be held in a relaxed setting, made to feel like a social hour for men minus the large plasma screen TV's and bar setting. While learning about engagement rings, they can sip a cold brewski. Guys are encouraged to bring their wingmen, who can sip on beer and dip in some wings, too. And women can always lure their guys here too. What better way to give the guy a hint, then shove him into a shop of rings with lots of distractions like booze?

The eco-friendly jewelry boutique is known for custom-design engagement rings and wedding bands made with recycled precious metals. Maybe not something that necessarily comes to mind when you think of sparkling diamonds, but any gal interested in the environment will surely be thankful.

Ring Finger Studio
3250 NE First Ave. Entrance at #103, 3rd Floor

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