There's lots to drink here, but it's still hard to have a good time. The first floor has TVs everywhere, loudspeakers throbbing annoying music, a bar off to the side, and the patrons yelling at each other over the noise (if there are any patrons -- we went on a football night and the crowd was sparse for a sports bar). The menu is basic and should be easy to execute well, but the food ranges from just OK to below average. The new element is a roof bar up a few flights of stairs. Maybe drinking at a higher altitude will make all the difference, but the roof space is even louder, thanks to walls that are garage doors (the better to slide up and transform the place into an open-air bar). Maybe in the summer months that roof bar will be more fun. (Fun fact: the owners got a taxpayer-financed loan of over a half million bucks to build it, according to the local paper. Never heard of public money for bars.) Right now, there's very little reason to spend your money here.
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