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This bar contains the stories of almost 110 years so depending on what you need that night, it'll welcome you in like a close neighbor. If you wanna come in and lean into the wisdom of the beautiful bar, there is plenty on tap and...More
We and about 60 of our friends (a full house, I think) saw Radney Foster here last night. 60 people, $20 a head and cheap beers to see one of the legends of country music songwriting? I'll do that once a week. It's so small...More
We went for a show. It was a chill scene with people ages 21 to 70. The bar is a little separated from the bands so if you aren't enjoying a particular song you can relax at the bar. Overall it was a great space...More
We bought tickets online to see a show at this venue and were extremely excited to check out the band and venue! One person in our party forgot their ID (someone over 30 years old) but others had theirs with them.
The doorman, a tall...More
First off it isn't a hotel, rather a hostel. You can stay in a hotel in that area for much cheaper. The bathroom was in the hall, one per floor. And the place is dirty and smelly. The building is sideways and so the beds...More
Great building housing a unique bar.
The bar is situated off the tourist trail not from the AT and T stadium. In my opinion it's one of the best dive bars offering live music, open mic night and a young and lively crowd. Worth a...More
I've seen awful reviews talking about this place being unfriendly even violent, but this is total rubbish. The door man was really cool and friendly and welcoming. The place is small with a tiny stage for bands. You have to watch the bands from a...More