It was a cold winter night, and the four friends were gathered at their favorite bar, The Blind Pig, to enjoy their weekly Fall Enzoni ritual. The Fall Enzoni was a unique and refreshing cocktail, made with muddled red grapes, rye whiskey, Campari, simple syrup, and lemon juice. It was the perfect way to warm up on a cold night and catch up with friends. The four friends, Michael, John, David, and Mark, had been friends since college. They had been through a lot together over the years, and they knew that they could always count on each other. As they sat at the bar, sipping their Fall Enzonis, they talked about their week. Michael had just gotten a promotion at work, and John was excited about his upcoming vacation to Europe. David was struggling with a difficult project at work, but Mark was there to offer support. As the night went on, the conversation turned to more serious topics. The friends talked about their hopes and dreams for the future, as well as the challenges they were facing. They offered each other advice and encouragement, and they listened to each other without judgment. "I'm so grateful for our friendship," said Michael at one point. "I don't know what I would do without you guys." "Me neither," said John. "You're the best friends a guy could ask for." "I'm so lucky to have you all in my life," said David. "Me too," said Mark. The friends raised their glasses in a toast. "To friendship," they all said. They drank, and then they sat in silence for a while, simply enjoying each other's company. After a while, Mark got up and went to the bathroom. When he came back, he had a tray with four new Fall Enzonis. "I figured we could use another round," he said. The friends smiled and accepted the drinks. "To the good times," said Mark. "To the good times," they all echoed. They clinked glasses and drank. The friends continued to talk and laugh for the rest of the evening. They enjoyed their Fall Enzonis, each other's company, and the feeling of camaraderie that came from being with their closest friends. As the night went on, the bar started to empty out. The friends realized that they were the only ones left. "I guess it's time to go," said Michael. "Yeah," said John. "It's getting late." "I'm glad we had this evening," said David. "Me too," said Mark. The friends finished their Fall Enzonis and stood up. They put on their coats and hats, and then they headed out into the night. As they walked down the street, they talked about how much they had enjoyed the evening. They also talked about how lucky they were to have each other in their lives. "I'm so grateful for my friends," said Michael. "Me too," said John. "I'm the luckiest guy in the world," said David. "Me too," said Mark. The friends continued to walk and talk, savoring the last moments of their evening together. They knew that they would meet again next week, but for now, they were content to simply enjoy each other's company and the feeling of friendship.