This place is classic, but it not located amongst the other usual restaurant/tavern locales. Before Moe's was Moe's, it was a time tested local favorite called Jimmy Dengates. It was located in an area that was not the greatest so you even had to have a key to get in. Well, the place is still a favorite, but now the neighborhood is up and coming.....no key. Still unique on the inside with original, well worn, wood floors, this place picked up where Dengates left off. Cold beer, great food, sports on the TV's, and live music on occasion. Menu items are reasonably priced, and the service is good. Burgers (1/2 price on Tuesday), wraps, salads, and appetisers include Black and Blue burger with blue cheese, and Buffalo wrap. Must try sides include hand cut chips, tasty french fries, or onion rings. The crab cake sandwich is a winner in my book.
Want to try an off the beaten path local favorite that is becoming a visitor favorite too, go to upper Rutledge Avenue near Hampton Park and look for the black awning on an unpretentious building. Grab a parking spot on the street ,find a table or bar stool, and satisfy your itch for food and fun.
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