For most people, getting inventive with a bong means tossing some mostly-dead flowers in it when mom shows up unexpected. For Peter Gevrekis, it means making dinner. Or at least an appetizer
Back in 2008, Peter decided that his love for smoked oysters could no longer be sated by the canned joints from the supermarket, and decided to get smoking himself at his NYC restaurant Desnuda. What he came up with is maybe the coolest way to cold-smoke an oyster ever devised: a friggin' gravity bong. And now he's here to show you how to do it, too
stop reading, narc!!! it's simple enough -- just go to any friendly neighborhood head shop and grab a slide/carb, then attach it to a soda bottle you've sliced in half. Then fill some sort of vessel with water -- this is just a flower vase he picked up at a hardware store. Now let's smoke some oysters
This Williamsburg outpost serves up traditional Peruvian ceviche, creative pisco cocktails, and signature gravity-bong smoked oysters. The main focuses at this date spot, however, are the daily oyster happy hours and extensive South American wine selection.