What do big bands and quintessentially American dishes such as strip steak and mashed potatoes have in common? Supper clubs!
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Sure, you can dive deep into these curated selections at these neighborhood bars if you want… or you can just simply have a drink.
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Not every restaurant caters to kids well while still feeling mature, but here’s one that nails it.
For $40, you get a brunch, a series of shots, a welcome cocktail and performances by Rosé and Lagoona Bloo.
But neighbors’ opinions vary on whether its tacos and agave cocktails are a welcome addition.
“This place isn’t exclusive. From the beginning, we always said that we wanted to be the neighborhood cocktail bar.”
Between Japanese mixology, Mediterranean wines, a ’70s speakeasy and more, there’s no way to be bored.
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