After the tea party, in our tea party dresses, Emily (@thegoodwithin) and I explored downtown Anoka. She was in search of a past-favorite watering hole. Serum’s Good Time Emporium has been around forever. With a building that dates back to 1885, huge neon marques inside and a mix of antiques and baubles all over the walls and tin ceiling, I would venture to guess that if you live in Anoka, you know about it. Not going to lie, when Emily gave me a tour of the upstairs and down, it was reminiscent of a creepy horror film meets garage man cave with a little touch of hoarders. And don’t let the Sturgis-looking walkup fool you, although this place is a total dive, it’s the best place to go. They have an outdoor patio, tons of really good, cheap food, live music, super friendly servers and wings so famous, you could write home about them.