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Downtown happy-hour central, come one, come all. Great conversation hideout, with friendly bartenders and stiff shots. -- SgtCody (10/08)
Tex-Mex joint with good service.
"It Takes Balls To Party Here!" Bushwood features daily premium and liquor specials, patio, driving range, plenty of TVs, darts, pool table, jukebox, and live music.
Cheap, strong drinks and prompt (sometimes too prompt) service; friendly (sometimes surly) staff and clientele. Above-average food and a reasonably extensive beer selection. "Do you drink at Charlie Brown's?" should be a question on health-insurance forms. -- SgtCody (09/08)
VIBE: A lot smoky, a little sleazy, plenty of uninhibited fun.
BEST USE: Good for freaking out out-of-town guests, first date with a total stranger.
This upscale yet comfy lounge pairs a forward-thinking wine list with casual but imaginative tapas and chunky furniture that can swallow you whole for hours. Drawing a sophisticated crowd of locals and tourists, it also features better-than-average bar/restaurant art.
A Westside retreat, with an excellent Tejano jukebox, and a button-down, tucked-in, pool-table clientele. -- Lyle Rosdahl (03/09)
Nice sized dive type neighborhood bar with pool, darts, and beer pong tournaments. Watch your favorite sports on one of our five flat screen TVs. Pitch some washers on our newly built patio. Different nightly drink specials with friendly knowledgeable staff. Cold beer, cheap drinks, good times.
This is a location with a spacious environment for the situated drinker, but also a great hangout for the outgoing type looking for a good time. Reasonable drink prices, an attentive staff and 27 TVs create the perfect atmosphere for a game-night hop-in. Poker tournaments on weeknights, live bands on Friday and Saturday, no-cover PPV events and a full food menu.

; Coyote Ugly meets the Regal Beagle at this former fern bar in the Medical Center. Highlander’s varied happy hour rush is a Northwest microcosm of med students and old timers, and the vibe is charged and upbeat.

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Marty's is located 603 Isom RD. I have been going to Marty's for over two years now. I am from a small town in Iowa and Marty's is such a friendly bar it makes me feel like i am in my home town bar. They have poker on wed and sat, darts on thurs, and fri and sat karaoke with Simon. Kathy Hopper is the owner and has became a great friend over the years she really cares very much about her bar and her patrons. It is a wonderful bar! ;Nadia

A friendly neighborhood bar (as long as you don't diss the patrons or the digs) for watching the game and getting a little beer on with your old pals.

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The Vibe A neighborhood bar with a woman’s touch and a very welcoming feel — but don’t diss the hood or the regulars

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Best Use Grab a beer and catch a game with your dad

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Prices

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12oz cans: $1.75; 24oz cans: $3; bottles: $3

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Charming, but not for the faint-hearted. The old wooden bar's 20 feet if it's an inch, and tipped on end it might reach the ceiling. The bathroom's in the courtyard, the register predates receipts, and the beer list is three brands long. -- Lyle Rosdahl (09/08)
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