Gronk runs up $102000 bar tab at CT nightclub

Angie Massey
June 20, 2017

As ESPN's Mike Reiss wrote in 2015, "few Patriots give as much time to charitable and community endeavors as Gronkowski".

Somewhere along the way, Gronk managed to run up a six-figure tab at the bar.

The turn up was real on Saturday for New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and his crew. During the festivities, Gronk and his friends racked up a bar tab of over $102,000 - per screenshots of the itemized bill and confirmation of the bill's authenticity, obtained by TMZ. That's not all, though.

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There's more. including 16 bottles of Grey Goose for $10,400, 45 orders of Maker's Mark, 24 shots of Jim Beam Fire, 3 bottles of Don Julio 1942. Perhaps no player in the league goes out of his way to be seen quite like Gronk. Personally, I'm more interested in what Darth Belichick has to say about the most dominant force on his championship football team flaunting such extreme levels of Gronk-itude just a few months removed from back surgery.

TMZ indicates that no one is sure who footed the bill for the Gronowski party, but it's surely known no one parties quite like Gronkowski.

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