This is a great place to spend a Friday night. I have never been in there when it wasn't incredibly crowded, but everyone (employees and customers alike) is really nice, and it's always easy to get a table - you might be sharing it with complete strangers, but the good thing is that, after a beer or two, they aren't strangers anymore! The food is typical bar food - fried, fried, fried, but very good. The place is always noisy so conversation is difficult, but the people-watching is amazing.
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