Rob Gronkowski’s Drink of Choice Is ‘Espresso Martinis’ And I Don’t Know What To Believe Anymore

by 5 years ago


Rob Gronkowski is an an all-around Über Bro, and on the heels of his Super Bowl victory he took to the clubs to party like a goddamn champion.

We covered Gronk‘s Post-Super Bowl exploits in detail here on BroBible, because we fucking love the man, he can do no wrong. Yesterday he was crushing beers in during the Patriot’s Super Bowl parade, and at the time I assumed he was just getting crunked because he’d just won a damn Super Bowl! And that’s what you’re supposed to do!

But new evidence has come to light that may indicated Rob Gronkowski was in fact trying to regain his Man Card after spending an entire night at L.A. nightclub DBA drinking espresso martinis.

The New York Post’s Page Six reports:

New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski went wild at Los Angeles nightclub DBA Monday night after filming “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

Now we know what might have set him off — espresso martinis.

The 6-foot-6 265-pounder, who caught a Super Bowl touchdown pass, was spotted downing the sweet, strong and creamy drinks at Katsuya with family and friends after appearing on Kimmel’s show.

Spies said Rob, his father, brothers and several friends ordered a slew of sushi, and an insider confirmed that Gronk ordered four of the martinis during the night.

The group then went to DBA, where the affable athlete was caught dancing on tables, yelling to the crowd, splitting his pants open and spiking a dozen roses as he left the club early Tuesday.

Bruh…splitting your pants while drinking espresso martinis? And waving around flowers in a night club?!?! Just look at this damn drink and tell me it’s okay to drink this in a club!

Alas, perhaps the biggest bros in the league spent his first night after the Super Bowl slugging back FOUR of these espresso martinis. Which begs the question: Are espresso martinis now considered ‘bro’?

Gronk’s espresso indulgence has sparked quite the discussion here in the BroBible offices, with senior sports editor Kyle Koster remarking to me: “(the) Espresso martini might be the best drink in the world. (It) makes so much sense for Gronk. Caffeine, tastes like candy. It’s not my favorite drink but if you havent ever had one id suggest it.”

To which I had no response, because I’m not sure if I’ve ever had one. But if Gronk is out there making it safe for bros to drink espresso martinis up in the club, well dammit I’ll just have to try one!

For more on this story you can head on over to Page Six.

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