Azuca's Bar Latino is not the place for quiet conversation, but with Latin rhythms, neon-fueled decor, and frequent live dancing, it does make for a hot pickup and get-to-know-you-better-over-a-caipirinha-or-pisco-sours-spot.
; The word “Bedlam” is posted above the doorway, and while chaos hasn’t broken out in Bar America for a while, its barfly beauty is punctuated every blue moon by a diminutive brawl. This unpretentious landmark’s charms include cheap, cold cerveza, and a jukebox perennially voted SA’s best.
The Club Room is open to the public, even on Tuesday member night, when happy-hour prices are in effect and the choirs practice. In quintessential German-American-social-club-style, the place feels Milwaukee, circa 1950. An array of German beers and wines are served by the barkeep along with domestic and non-German imports.
A laid-back Southtown repository of sticky trends for late adopters (read: SA), including tapioca beads, Asian-exotic fruit flavors, and hookahs.
Efrain Gutierrez Taller houses video production, art exhibits, film screenings and a café.
One of Southtown's most popular Mexican restaurants.
Excellent house-made sandwiches with gourmet twists, such as habanero-garlic aioli, organic baby greens, and freshly baked bread, served in a converted vintage Southtown gas station. -- Mark Jones (05/09)
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