Here to separate the men from the frat boys, is the ruggedly handsome, Tequila Buffet. This ingenious creation is handcrafted by master woodworker/artist Robert Lock, using beams of wormy chestnut wood, salvaged from old homes and barns in the Southern Appalachians. The American chestnut tree was all but wiped out by a fungus over a century ago, so not only is this an amazing idea, but it’s also a little piece of history (which just happens to hold a bottle of Patron quite nicely). It comes with shot glasses, a cutting board, a paring knife, plus salt bowls and features neatly carved depressions that hold everything perfectly. The drinks will be flowing with this on your patio. You can’t get hungover off Tequila, right? 6” W x 20” L x 1.5” deep.