Pete’s Café & Bar
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400 S Main St · interesting places nearby
Pete’s Café & Bar information
This hipster favorite is alive with loft dwellers, politicos, journos and artists. Picture windows allow old bank facades to bleed into ambient Americana surroundings. The Southern-edged menu offers pan-roasted pork chops and crispy oyster spoons. The bar gleams with single malt. How’s about a 36-year-old Springbank ($95) neat? Open until 2am.