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This two-story Uptown Crescent-City-themed bar shares its wrought iron and plant-filled patio (as well as some of its menu items) with its next-door neighbor and sister establishment, Bread Winners. The bar manager says there's even one popular snack that's not on the menu, but the bar's regulars know to ask for the green chili mac n' cheese. The inside resembles a library or a study minus the walls of books. The decor's all leather, dark woods and plush fabrics, and there are plenty of nooks and crannies for private conversations, making it a great place for a first date or a spot to catch up with old friends. Great daily specials like the $1 PBR and half-price pizzas on Mondays, and even a Saturday noon-6 p.m. special with half-price burgers and pints make this a popular neighborhood haunt. The bar's frozen Jack and Coke and cherry vodka limeade make for refreshing adult slushies, and on Tuesdays you can get them for only $2 during happy hour.


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