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Tiny bathrooms and big hairdos rule this nautical-themed dive. Smelling sweetly of stale beer, this classic divey bar has survived two locations and six decades...
Good luck grabbing a rocking chair: the porch of this pine building is packed all day, every day...
A humidor housing over 100 brands of cigars, including Stogies’ own; an exceptional wine list; chess sets at the tables; and plush couches and armchairs whisk you to the ’20s...
Grooving to live music at the open-air Mill Top, on the 2nd story of a 19th-century mill that's hugged by a huge oak, is like hanging out in a treehouse – one that has a full bar and kitchen.
On the grounds of the San Sebastian Winery ; head on up to this delightful rooftop patio for alfresco tasting plates, sandwiches, local wines and free live jazz (7pm to 11pm).
With 50 beers on tap, 120 more in the bottle and over 75 bottles of wine, this place will appeal to even the most discriminating beer or wine snob. Great music, too.
This bar cultivates a list about 180 varieties of beer from around the world, like Belzebuth (France), Layla Dirty Blonde (Isreal) and Cuzquena (Peru).
At night, the tables of this slick beach cafe get shoved aside and the place transmogrifies into a theater for some of indie rock's biggest names.
Ethically-sourced Australian-American coffeehouse serving real Aussie meat pies and the best barista coffee in the historic quarter.
Hoist a pint with period-dressed locals. Drinks are half-price on Tuesdays after 8pm.
Who needs historical ambience with fine-crafted beer like this?
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