Since its days as a Prohibition-era speakeasy, Cadieux Cafe has been a gathering spot for people who identify with — or just enjoy — Belgian and Flemish culture in the Motor City. The bar features more than a dozen Belgian beers, serves steamed mussels, and is host to live music and Flemish pastimes like featherbowling a game similar to horseshoes and bocce. A classic, charming spot, Cadieux Cafe has even captured the attention of Anthony Bourdain, who featured the bar on No Reservations. There are 12 ice cold beers on tap; 40 brews by the bottle; loads of sports memorabilia, like signed jerseys, cards, and pictures of everyone from Babe Ruth to Derek Jeter; and more than 50 flat screen televisions for catching the game.
Originally opened by Frank McGovern in as a meeting place for Irish immigrants, the bar survived the Newark riots in , which led to the closure of many businesses, and today serves up pints of Guinness and other brews and bar fare like a inch bar pie pizza and a sandwich called the Dublin Decker corned beef, turkey, Swiss cheese, coleslaw, and Russian dressing served on rye bread.
McGovern's is closed on weekends.
The Full Throttle Saloon , created by Michael Ballard, is an adult playground replete with the Flaunt Girls a burlesque dance troupe , midget wrestling, a burnout pit for bikes, a mechanical bull, a zip line, and abody paint area. The signature beverage is the Black Albert, a filthy rich royal imperial stout that was brewed specifically for the bar by the top brewers De Struise in , this beer was named the top beer in the world. The pub also serves lambic and gueuze, Belgian beer styles seldom seen outside their native country.
There is a wide variety of cuisines on offer, too, from local favorite lobster rolls to modern gastropub fare. Ebenezer hosts a course beer dinner in August that is cooked by Belgium's top chefs — the wait list for the dinner has more than 2, entries. Since , Deep Eddy Cabaret has been the go-to neighborhood bar in Austin. Named after a deep swimming hole that used to exist in the Colorado River just behind the bar, Deep Eddy Cabaret is a dive bar tucked away in a time capsule complete with pool tables, old televisions, and a jukebox.
Manager J. Travis serves locals mini pitchers of Lone Star, whiskey, a short menu of beers, wines by the glass, and liquor. Basic snacks like chips, pretzels, and beef jerky are available for the truly hungry. At 93 years old, The Sink is the oldest watering hole and restaurant in Boulder. Guests at The Sink are encouraged to leave their own marks by signing one of the low ceilings. An oldie but a goodie, the Tonga Room is the oldest continuously running tiki bar in the United States it will celebrate its 70th anniversary on September 18 this year.
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In addition to 14 tiki cocktails, there are 57 rums, 10 white and red wines, and 15 bottled beers. Adding to the ambience is a Top 40 band that performs from a thatch-covered barge in the Olympic-sized pool, now partially covered by a dance floor built from the remains of the S. Forester , a lumber schooner that once traveled regularly between San Francisco and the South Sea Islands. The walled-in courtyard of this year-old Queens beer garden is full of benches, the smell of sausage on open-air grills, and barmaids who bring by round after round of Czech and craft beers like Staropramen, Brouczech, Pilsner Urquell.
As the name suggests, this small, coastal New England restaurant and bar is famous for its oysters. With six draft beers; wines by the bottle and 16 by the glass; a range of spirits focused on whiskey; and eight signature cocktails, there is a tipple to suit all tastes. The handwritten, daily-changing, farm- and sea-to-table menu offers everything from day dry aged beef to pan-fried local smelts to the popular Beriah Lewis Farm beef burger. The latter is seared on cast iron and served with Grafton cheddar, smoky bacon, black pepper aioli, house pickles and a Farm to Hearth Bakery brioche bun with house-cut fries.
With beers available, The Bayou has one of the most extensive beer selections around. There are 27 beers on draft, plus one hand-pumped cask ale each day. Every Friday, the bar hosts Firkin Friday, during which one of nine participating breweries brings a one-off firkin a liter keg of beer that is only available that day. The brewers usually add something interesting to the cask: a recent example is a cask-conditioned pale ale with Swedish Fish candy.
Beer is taken so seriously here that the bar was recently updated with stacked Perlick glass door coolers running at three temperatures for different beer styles, and there is a specialized digital beer menu board that cycles through displays showing the hoppiest beers, highest alcohol beers, most popular beers, last served beers, highest rated beers, and a special screen with a random selection to help indecisive customers. The bar food is heavily Cajun- and Creole-influenced, but also features classic pub fare like burgers and pizza. Head mixologist Kyle Mathis and chef Gerard Craft are all about providing a mix of creative and classic cocktails with seasonal new American small plates at Taste by Niche.
The cocktail menu includes 35 classics and 15 originals served in the intimate, steampunk-style speakeasy. Mai Tai Bar is the quintessential Hawaiian experience, complete with open-air bar, palm trees, koa wood couches, and one of the best pau hanas happy hours on the island.
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The signature drink is the Icy Mai Tai, made with shaved ice and tropical fruit juices. To round out the experience, there is live music and a range of pupus sharable appetizers. Diners can enjoy fried calamari rings served with pepperoncini and roasted red peppers, with chili ancho and cocktail sauce for dipping; seared rare ahi tuna caught fresh daily with a Cajun crust, served with wasabi and pickled ginger and soy sauce; and steak pupu: marinated steak thinly sliced over a bed of cabbage and served with jasmine rice, Asian slaw, and creamy soy cilantro garlic.
There are three different live music stages and 12 bars adorned with memorabilia and scribbled names and notes — management encourages bar patrons to add graffiti to the walls. The bar is equally famous for its annual Interstate Mullet Toss and Gulf Coast's Greatest Beach Party, a fish toss across the state line held each April this year on the 24tha nd 25th , and for its signature Bushwacker, a locally popular, boozy, frozen milkshake-like concoction topped with whipped cream and a cherry.
Here, the cold draft beer only costs a dollar or two. Happy hour happens six days a week — Monday through Saturday — and on Sunday the dive bar hosts a locally popular game that involves a chicken leaving dropping on a bingo number. Stepping into Extra Fancy is like walking back in time. Evocative of a small coastal New England bar, the industrial space is lit with mid-century shop lights and Hollywood-esque stack lighting.
Beverage director Robert Kreuger helps curate the drink menu, which features 15 to 20 seasonal signature cocktails and eight draft beers, among other offerings.
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Extra Fancy was the first bar in New York City that poured Spanish vermouth on one of its draft wine lines. The friendly staff makes this a comfortable bar to retreat to night after night. Chef Sean Telo has developed a food menu that pays homage to New England and Southern classics, infusing them with new techniques and unexpected ingredients. Standouts include the New England-style fish and chips with fried pickles; tuna carpaccio with fermented cucumbers, Maine uni and chamomile honey; and fresh oysters with "add-ons" like sturgeon caviar, smoked trout roe, quail egg yolks, and tuna bottarga.
The charming bar, with vaulted tin ceiling, L-shaped copper bar top, and wainscotted walls, is stocked with 86 tequilas and 28 mezcals. The drink menu includes a bottle Wine Spectator Award-winning wine list and 24 specialty cocktails. This two-story bar is famous for its whiskey wall: a selection of more than whiskeys arranged on shelves soaring two stories tall the highest spirits are retrieved via a library ladder.
The first floor bar features this amber-lit wall, while the second-floor Old Rye Bar is a more intimate craft cocktail bar and lounge where patrons can enjoy their drinks surrounded by vintage lighting, candles, and taxidermy. As the name suggests, rye whiskey is one of the main focuses at Butcher and the Rye.
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Hirsch Reserve 16 Year. A James Beard semifinalist for Outstanding Bar Program, the bar has an exemplary cocktail menu that changes every three months, in addition to whiskey flights and seasonal punches. The food menu, designed by owner and executive chef Richard DeShantz, pays homage to rustic Americana, creating contemporary riffs on the classics, with dishes like tender braised beef cheeks with creamed peas, carrots, and potatoes with a hint of horseradish.
There are small plates, like artisanal cheeses and house-made charcuterie boards, too. The bar staff, led by award-winning mixologist Spencer Warren, are constantly pushing the limits with new, innovative ways to present cocktails, from alcoholic gummy bears to a unique ice program.
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The comfy bar features old-school charm — antique fixtures, dark wood, walls covered with antique Cincinnati brewery memorabilia, and even a bathtub in one of the dining rooms rumored to have been used to make gin during Prohibition. The courtyard — open year-round — and live music are big draws, as is the bourbon selection, which includes 50 rare and highly sought-after bourbons. It proved so popular that they decided to continue making it for the bar.
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There are 23 craft brews on tap, emphasizing beers crafted within miles of Cincinnati. For non-beer drinkers, there are wines and cocktails on offer; the Killepitsch, a German herb liqueur, served straight up, is a must. Tuck into authentic German sausages, smoked pork chops, giant pretzels imported from Munich, and apple strudel. The classic New Orleans hotel bar features the only carousel you need to be 21 years old to ride.
Initially, the main draw was the whimsical revolving seat bar, but now patrons are drawn in just as much for the fine cocktails and service. Deep Ellum serves craft cocktails made with fresh squeezed juices, house-made syrups, and artisanal spirits, plus a wide range of craft beers.
There are no big brands like Absolut or Jack Daniels here. The bar makes its own bitters and mixers, including grenadine, ginger beer , and picon caramel-colored flavored bitters. Boston is an ale town, but Deep Ellum deviates from the typical offerings, serving drafts from Europe and beyond. The gastropub-style menu includes mussels, pork belly, pickles, locally baked pretzels, charcuterie, and artisanal cheese plates.
Housed in a year-old bunkhouse, Greasewood Flat has been serving burgers and beverages to cowboys, bikers, and other locals since Named for the flat terrain and the greasewood bushes in the area, the cavernous wooden bar is located 2, feet above the Valley of the Sun in the Sonoran Desert.
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It seats up to 1, patrons. Folks come for the seemingly infinite varieties of cold beer. The Tap Shack, with 14 handles of local draft beer, is a new addition, open on the weekends, offering customers the chance to try a range of craft beers. Save room for the half-pound burgers, particularly the signature bacon green chile cheeseburger.
There are 26 San Diego craft beers on tap, along with two draft wines. Pull up a seat at the bar and admire the vintage beer can and bottle collection of football player Ben Davidson, who played for the Oakland Raiders and spent time drinking at BLAH. The Spare Room is a gaming parlor and cocktail lounge located in the Roosevelt Hotel in the heart of Hollywood.
Best known for its bowling alley, which is located right in the middle of the bar, the bar also has board games like Monopoly, Connect Four, and backgammon and a hidden photo booth.