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Have been going to this place for years. The drinks are superb and the atmosphere is great. They have 3 round booths near the bar and more comfortable seating near the windows overlooking toomer’s corner to watch the kids pour into Bourbon Street when it...More
Small, intimate space, and loud. A tad difficult carrying on a conversation. If you are looking for a cozy spot for an after dinner drink, give this consideration. Keep in mind, at least for when we were there, it is LOUD ...
We were advised that this would make for a nice "parent's night cap" as the volume would be subdued, and the setting pleasant. It's all relative. The volume was definitely lower than earlier in the night, and the setting enjoyable for a little conversation before...More
This isn't the easiest place to find even though it's a stones throw from Toomer's Corner but it's worth finding. It's a hidden away bar for older (older than 21..this is a college town after all) people that like to chill, listen to live music...More
While visiting Auburn, we had a late dinner reservation and looked for a spot to enjoy some conversation and drinks. Searched and thankfully found this spot! The stairs are hidden, so not just anyone will find the entrance. After tackling the stairs, we found an...More
Katie, Andy, Casper, and Nolan - The dream team for Auburn's best bar. Cozy, refined atmosphere with eclectic and ever changing music.
Start at this well stocked speakeasy to actually enjoy your company then head to Skybar across the street without feeling like you shook...More
After a VERY busy day with my student it was time for an adult hour! My husband and I were told about this place by a local. He was right. It has the feel of a speakeasy.. There is a serious set of steps to...More
Not a lot to say. If you don't kill yourself going up or down the staircase, you might enjoy the quiet, lackadaisical atmosphere of a simple bar. Reasonable prices, mostly inhabited by college kids. At least it's quiet, you can enjoy your conversation.