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Families with little ones will love this 'Western village,' 1...
Black-clad youth gravitate toward this space on the upper floor of a magnificent colonial building...
The huge back deck is the place to be on a balmy night. Pub food is served late and goes beyond the usual fish-and-chips cliché. Live music includes acoustic early in the week, morphing to hard-edged stuff at weekends.
This traditional Chinese teahouse has an enormous selection of imported loose-leaf tea, including rare finds. Upstairs, patrons snuggle over steaming cups in quiet booths. Snacks like mochi rice cake fuel the mood.
The hula theme is so thorough that this restaurant feels like a chain, even though it's not. But the bar's sprawling deck that stretches out over Lake Austin makes it a popular hangout among Austin's non-slackers.
The walls are tagged with verses and messages at this animated branch of the famous Havana joint...
Hobby Center for the Performing Arts is home to the acclaimed Theatre Under the Stars , which produces big-budget, Broadway-style musicals (actually inside and in air-conditioned comfort, despite the company's name).
A loft-like experimental space in west Chelsea that also produces edgy theater, readings and music performances, Kitchen is where you’ll find new, progressive pieces and works-in-progress from local movers and shakers.
Nelson City Dance Hall is a family-friendly honky-tonk where you can show off your new cowboy boots and do a little two-steppin’...
The patio at this Westport brewpub is the place to be on a balmy day. Beers are excellent and vary through the year. The food is strictly comfort and quite good: warm your cockles with mac 'n' cheese on a snowy night.
Philadelphia's oldest continually operated tavern (since 1860) – it remained open as a speakeasy in the Prohibition years. Great buffalo wings (Tuesday is special wing night) and karaoke on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Performs primarily at downtown Orlando's Bob Carr Performing Arts Center ...
This den of hipness still has its original pawn-shop facade, with signs announcing ‘We buy diamonds’ and ‘We buy gold.’ It’s all about true (but glamorous) grit here – and varying DJs who spin funky, edgy electronica.
The city’s brand-new basketball team, the Québec Kebs play at the 5000-seat stadium of Pavillon de la Jeunesse . In the Atlantic division of the Premier Basketball League, the Kebs play from December through March.
An entertainment monstrosity with crowds darting through junk-food kiosks amid a riot of flashing lights and booming sounds to get to the IMAX theater and screens showing Hollywood blockbusters in this multilevel cin...
Great bi-level bar (pool downstairs, music upstairs) serving up excellent Spanish tapas ($5 to $8), casual neighborhood jazz (most nights) and DJs on the weekend (Swamp Pop every other Friday, Retro Soul otherwise).
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