KL & Sur­rounds

Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - CONTENTS -

Hav­ing a great night out is easy in Malaysia’s cap­i­tal, Kuala Lumpur. The city comes to life with neon lights at sun­down and of­fers a plethora of op­tions. Whether you love a pint at a laid­back pub or cock­tails and whisky in a thump­ing dis­cotheque, you’ll be able to find it in our list­ings. Though venues are un­de­ni­ably clus­tered around the hotspots of Changkat Bukit Bin­tang and Bangsar, malls and ho­tels in other ar­eas tend to sport de­cent bars and clubs too.


42 Lorong Rahim Ka­jai 14, TTDI, KL (03 7725 5688/www.face­book. com/42East).

There is a cer­tain sub­ur­ban charm about this bar. For a neigh­bour­hood bar, it has an im­pres­sive wine list. Old and new world wines min­gle on the menu and their prices will soothe your purse and tease your palate. 42East’s bar­tenders have also come up with some cre­ative cock­tails such as Root Beer Float, Cream Sand­wich and East Cosmo. Sun–Thu, 4pm–1am; Fri–Sat, 4pm–2am.

AfterWerk G-2 & G-3, The Scott Gar­den, 289 Jalan Klang Lama, KL (03 7982 0700/www.face­book.com/AfterWerk).

AfterWerk is a mas­sive space (7,000 sq ft to be ex­act) that pro­vides a few dif­fer­ent spots for pa­trons to en­joy a cool sip of beer. The out­door seat­ing area, which has a re­tractable roof for those blaz­ing af­ter­noons, con­tains plush red so­fas for large groups to ex­pe­ri­ence a more com­fort­able and lux­u­ri­ous drink­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. The bar area is the cen­tre­piece of the es­tab­lish­ment while there are also pri­vate stalls sit­u­ated in­doors. How­ever the space be­tween the ta­bles may feel a tad cramped.

Daily, 4pm–1am.

Ales & Lagers D1-G4-6, So­laris Du­ta­mas, 1 Jalan Du­ta­mas 1, KL (03 6419 0328/www. face­book.com/AlesLagers).

First things first, this is not a bar. This is a bot­tle shop. And it has more than 58 dif­fer­ent types of craft beers and ciders and the va­ri­ety is quickly ex­pand­ing. You can even en­joy a beer tast­ing here since there are a cou­ple of ta­bles and barstools. Re­ally, the bot­tle shop is a brew enthusiast’s dream come true. Go, it’s time to find out about some less com­mer­cial beers.

Daily, 3pm–10pm.

Alexis Bistro Am­pang & Up­stairs @ Alexis Telawi Lot 10 & 11, Great East­ern Mall, 303 Jalan Am­pang, KL (03 4260 2288); 29A Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar, KL (03 2284 2880); The Gar­dens, Mid Val­ley City, KL (03 2287 2281); Lot 15A, 1st floor, BSC, KL (03 2287 1388/www. alexis.com.my).

At Alexis, there’s booze ev­ery­where; jazz ev­ery­where; treats ev­ery­where. Sounds like joy nowa­days? The food is sat­is­fac­tory at best, but we have high re­gard for the cakes and desserts. Grab a mud cake and rel­ish the live in­ter­na­tional and lo­cal jazz/fu­sion acts.

Pork-free. Child friendly. Mon–Thu, 12noon–12mid­night; Fri–Sat, 12noon–late; Sun, 10am–12mid­night. $$$ The Apart­ment Restau­rant & Bar First floor, Suria KLCC, KL (03 2166 2257/www.athea­part­ment.com).

The Apart­ment out­lets are re­ally lofts, which we reckon are ex­cel­lent for beer and cock­tails. Ur­ban­ites pop­u­late this joint to un­wind with the ex­ten­sive menu of al­co­holic bev­er­ages. The KLCC out­let hosts live acous­tic ses­sions by lo­cal per­form­ers. Happy Hour goes from 2pm to 5pm with prices start­ing from RM10. Pricey non-al­co­holic bev­er­ages.

Pork-free. Daily, 11am–10pm.

Back to Skool D5-G3-3, Pub­lika, So­laris Du­ta­mas, Jalan Du­ta­mas 1, KL (03 6206 4228/ Face­book: Back to Skool).

With an ex­er­cise-book-like menu, two huge black­boards (we’re not sure if you can scrib­ble on them) and am­ple seat­ing, post-work yup­pies come here and sip cheap draught beers and cock­tails with some­what kinky names like Naughty Girl, Bad Boy and shoot­ers like Dis­ci­pline Teacher. Live bands en­hance the quirky am­bi­ence on Fri­day and Satur­day nights. Take ad­van­tage of the venue, throw a ‘back to school’ themed party and come dressed in uni­forms. If only ev­ery class­room looked like this, we’d be more than happy to go back to school again.

Mon–Sat, 12noon–1am.

Back­yard Pub and Grill 26, 28 & 30 Jalan Sri Har­ta­mas 8, KL (03 6201 0318/www.back­yard­pub.com).

This friendly neigh­bour­hood pub is a hid­den gem in Har­ta­mas, with a cosy and laid­back feel that’s hard to beat for an evening drink. For­merly cater­ing to a sports crowd, they now fo­cus more on live mu­sic, with bands play­ing through­out the week and the an­nual Jairus mu­sic fes­ti­val ev­ery Oc­to­ber and Novem­ber.

Daily, 4pm–1.30am. $$

Bakita 33 Jalan Beran­gan, KL (03 2141 7733/www.face­book.com/pages/ bakita/271659652303).

Bakita is both ca­sual and so­phis­ti­cated. It has taken over the fail­ure known as La Ter­race, prac­ti­cally an eye­sore on the baby Changkat of Jalan Beran­gan, and turned it into the coolest space in the area. They have a great ar­ray of spe­cialty beers, all served in a walk-in meat locker type cooler. Wait un­til you see what they have launched up top – a beau­ti­ful cock­tail space that’s go­ing to town with good mu­sic and vibes. Mon–Thu, 4pm–2am; Fri–Sat, 5pm–3am; Sun, 5pm–2am.

NEW The Bal­cony Bar & Grill 241–B Lorong Ni­bong, Off Jalan Am­pang, KL (018 388 6183/www. the­bal­cony.com.my).

The Bal­cony is re­ally just that – a bal­cony lo­cated on the sec­ond floor of a bun­ga­low on Jalan Am­pang. You can take refuge at this neigh­bour­hood ter­race bar when ev­ery­one flocks to the bars down­town. The Bal­cony mainly serves grilled food but who cares about din­ing when you have quirky cock­tails such as Su­per­heroes, Bangkok Dan­ger­ous and Chuck Nor­ris on the menu?

Daily, 6pm–2am.

The Bar The Ma­jes­tic Ho­tel Kuala Lumpur, 5 Jalan Sul­tan Hishamud­din, KL (03 2785 8000/www.ma­je­stickl.com/ the-bar.html).

Hand­some and decked out with dark pan­els, mir­rors and brass and a gold-leafed domed ceil­ing, The Bar is a very classy, gen­tle­manly spot with­out pre­ten­sion. Some of their stand­outs from the drinks menu in­clude Sten­gah,

Gin Pahit and Sling. After dark, The Bar hosts a live mu­sic ses­sion fea­tur­ing the de­scen­dants of the famed Maestro Al­fonso So­liano, whose fam­ily is well known for their mu­si­cal tal­ents in the lo­cal cir­cuit.

Daily, 11.30am–11pm.

Bar Art @ The Ware­house Jalan Tun H.S. Lee, KL (03 2022 0528/www.face­book.com/ the­ware­house­gallerycafe).

Bar Art re­minds us of the now sadly de­funct Palate Pal­ette, es­pe­cially with its quirky seat­ing, kooky de­signs and kitschy art decor (it’s an art gallery too). Lo­cated right in the mid­dle of Chi­na­town, one might mis­take the bar for some kind of tourist trap. But the café by day and bar by night is ac­tu­ally a hip place to hang out. The crowd is mainly a ro­tat­ing mix of bum­bling tourists and well-to-do lo­cals. The bar also throws spe­cial themed nights like ‘Open-Mic-Night’ and art events.

Tue–Sun, 10am–1am.

Barfly K-1-12, Soho KL, Jalan So­laris, KL (012 610 2624/www.face­book.com/ Barfly­So­hoKL).

More than your av­er­age gen­tri­fied bar, Barfly ex­udes a re­laxed and grown-up at­mos­phere. As for the in­te­rior, it’s easy to see what they are go­ing for here: a con­tem­po­rary, in­dus­trial and min­i­mal­is­tic look in­cor­po­rat­ing re­cy­cled items. De­spite all the mod­ern min­i­mal­is­tic touches, there’s a real lo­cal bar feel here. And per­haps that’s why most pa­trons here pre­fer to or­der beers. A pint of Tiger is priced at RM10nett and a pint of Guin­ness/Kilkenny is RM13nett – all day, all week. The se­lec­tion of drinks might not be spec­tac­u­lar but the prices def­i­nitely make up for it. Also, if you are drink­ing a pint of cold beer, don’t for­get to or­der the ikan bilis chilli onion to go with it. Sun–Thu, 4pm–1am; Fri–Sat, 4pm–2.30am.

NEW Bar­lai 3 Jalan Sin Chew Kee, Bukit Bin­tang, KL (03 2141 7850/www.the­big­group. co).

With Hit & Mrs and Mr Brooks un­der its well-dec­o­rated belt, The BIG Group knocks it out of the park again with Bar­lai, a (wa­ter­ing) hole-in-the-wall that screams ‘hid­den gem’. The scruffy nook takes over the ground floor of Ng Sek San’s eco-friendly Sekeping Sin Chew Kee, but re­tains his trade­mark raw, stone-heavy vibe. Bam­boo blinds, naked bulbs, white panes and old road signs on the wall con­trib­ute to the bar’s charm­ing old-world feel, only en­hanced by a Milo cock­tail or a pan­dan-in­fused piña co­lada. If you have a vis­it­ing back­packer to im­press, Bar­lai will do the job for you.

Tue–Thu, 4pm–12mid­night;

Fri, 4pm–2am; Sat–Sun, 11am– 12mid­night.


Sixth floor, Pavil­ion KL, Jalan Bukit Bin­tang, KL (012 258 6549/www. bed­roomkl.my).

Chintz, cosy and lush per­haps best sum up this ‘club in the mall’. From the glow-in-the-dark bar coun­ter­top to the framed pic­tures of Per­sian rugs on the ceil­ing, the in­te­rior is done par­tic­u­larly well. But the cock­tails are the real point here and the list is imag­i­na­tive. Th­ese days, it's only open for pri­vate events and func­tions. Sun–Thu, 5pm–1am; Fri–Sat, 5pm–3am.

The Bee 36B Level G2, Pub­lika, So­laris Du­ta­mas, Jalan Du­ta­mas 1, KL (03 6201 8577/www.the­bee.com.my).

The Bee is not just about cof­fee, The Last Polka (Guin­ness-flavoured ice cream, any­one?), and open-mic nights; the cosy out­lets also pos­sess a de­cent wine list and bot­tled beer op­tions. Mon–Thu, 9am–11pm; Fri, 9am– 12mid­night; Sat, 10am–12mid­night; Sun, 10am–10pm.

The Beer Fac­tory 1-46, The Scott Gar­den, 289 Jalan Klang Lama, KL (03 7982 1381); E-01-09, Ground Floor, StarParc Point, Jalan Ta­man Ibu Kota, off Jalan Gent­ing Ke­lang, KL (010 899 3535/ www.the-beer-fac­tory.com).

Some bars and pubs ex­ude class and oth­ers ap­peal to a row­dier crowd. Some­how, The Beer Fac­tory caters to both. It achieves the per­fect bal­ance be­tween chill­ing out and par­ty­ing hard with cheap beers, a solid se­lec­tion of drinks and su­per chic in­dus­trial decor. On week­nights, beer chug­gers are of­ten seen nurs­ing drinks at the con­course level, sur­rounded by ar­ti­fi­cial pipes and starkly con­crete walls, as if they are drink­ing in a beer pro­cess­ing fac­tory. Sun–Thu, 4pm–2am; Fri–Sat, 4pm–3am.

Bent­ley’s Pub 165 Jalan Am­pang, KL (03 2782 6268/www.in­ter­con­ti­nen­tal–kl.com.my/ din­ing/bent­leys–pub).

Bent­ley’s Pub comes off as a classy venue, a trait char­ac­terised by its shades of ma­roon and ma­hogany; the paint­ings on the walls of women with re­flec­tive, brown skin and bright red lips by San­dra Knuyt di­rectly echo the glossy tim­bre of the fur­ni­ture. As a re­sult, the mood in Bent­ley’s hear­kens back to that of a 19th-cen­tury Bri­tish gen­tle­men’s club – part ex­clu­sive, part deca­dent in­dul­gence. The majority of the crowd is, nat­u­rally, com­posed of work­ing peo­ple, re­lax­ing after work, en­joy­ing the half-priced beers dur­ing happy hours. Be­sides the usual snacks ac­com­pa­ny­ing your beer, Bent­ley’s also of­fers a few main dishes, like the pub burger, fet­tuc­cini seafood mari­nara and cur­ry­wurst. Mon–Fri, 12noon–12mid­night; Sat, 4pm–12mid­night.

Bridge Bar 28th floor, GTower, 199 Jalan Tun Razak, KL (03 2168 1899/www. gtow­er­ho­tel.com).

The Bridge Bar is an ex­clu­sive, tidy lit­tle nook at G Tower. By ex­clu­sive, we mean free en­try for the ho­tel guests and a whop­ping RM50 for the gen­eral pub­lic just to step in. The door fee is more than what most places in KL charge, but since it in­cludes one drink, the blow is soft­ened. Thumbs up for the stylishly dec­o­rated in­te­rior; chic fur­ni­ture and bar area, glossy wooden floor­ing, and the main at­trac­tion – a glass plat­form that al­lows you to step on and take a down­ward view. It’s up to you to cringe or ap­prove of this one.

Daily, 5pm–1am.

Brotzeit Ger­man Bier Bar & Restau­rant Ground Floor, Bangsar Shop­ping Cen­tre, 285 Jalan Maarof, Bukit Ban­daraya, Bangsar, KL (03 2282 9516); Ground ex­ter­nal floor, Mid Val­ley Mega­mall, Lingkaran Syed Pu­tra, KL (03 2287 5516/www. brotzeit.co).

Brotzeit’s premier out­let in KL will see the chain of­fer­ing a wide range of the Paulaner fam­ily of beers. Brotzeit of­fers the four ma­jor beers from Paulaner Mu­nich on tap: Weiss­bier, Weiss­bier Dunkel, Orig­i­nal Münch­ner Ur­typ and Orig­i­nal Mu­nich Lager Dunkel, as well as a va­ri­ety of spe­cialty bot­tled beers un­der Paulaner such as the Hacker-Pschorr Keller­bier Anno 1417 and Hacker-Pschorr Münch­ner Gold. Brotzeit also of­fers sea­sonal draft spe­cials like the Paulaner Sal­va­tor dou­ble bock (Paulaner’s first his­toric beer) and the orig­i­nal Ok­to­ber­fest­bier in con­junc­tion with the an­nual Ok­to­ber­fest cel­e­bra­tions.

Daily, 11am–12mid­night.

Brussels Beer Café Me­nara Hap Seng, Jalan P Ram­lee (03 2034 1800); So­laris Mont Kiara (03 6205 2999); 4 & 6 Jalan 1/67B, off Jalan Mengkudu Am­pang (03 4251 2888/www.brus­sels­beer­cafe.com).

Brussels Beer Café is a popular den for savvy ur­ban­ites to kick off their shoes and sim­ply have a good time. There's a huge range of im­ported beers, in­clud­ing draft Hoe­gaar­den, Stella Ar­tois and Leffe fresh off the tap in gen­er­ous fivepint glasses. Beer food and au­then­tic Bel­gian cook­ing is within reach to ac­com­pany your bev­er­ages. We have only one com­plaint – the slow ser­vice. En­tirely un­der­stand­able given how busy a typ­i­cal week­end is.

Child friendly. Daily, 11am–1am. $$$

Bull­dog 31 Jalan Sri Har­ta­mas 7, Ta­man Sri

Har­ta­mas, KL (03 6201 4484/www. bull­dog.com.my).

Bull­dog is a Bri­tish pub. And, a won­der­ful replica of the real deal too, right smack in the mid­dle of Desa Sri Har­ta­mas. The choice tip­ple here is beer and the prices are stan­dard. If you’re more of the cock­tail kind, go for the clas­sics on the menu. Just don’t ex­pect a Bull­dog­tini or any­thing. No pre­ten­tious­ness, just good food, cold beer and no fuss. Bull­dog is ev­ery­thing a pub should be. And with nasi lemak on the menu, we even think it’s a lit­tle bit more.

Daily, 12noon–2am. $$$

Casbah Man­darin Ori­en­tal, Jalan Pi­nang, KL (03 2179 8888/03 2380 8888/www. face­book.com/cas­bahkl).

With cock­tails like spicy mango che­lada and opi­ate, Casbah has the best cock­tails in town, hands down. Look­ing to kick off your night? Go with the rel­a­tively harm­less Span­ish le­mon drop, served in a mar­tini glass, or even the guava cosmo. We are in awe of the glo­ri­ous magic mo’kool berry bliss, made of cot­ton candy floss (you read that right), fresh le­mon, Ab­so­lut man­darin vodka and cran­berry juice. With up­beat Ara­bian in­flu­enced lounge mu­sic cours­ing through the audio sys­tem, it is ex­actly the sort of place you can eas­ily lose a few hours in.

Wed–Sat, 6pm–3am.

Cel­lar Door The In­ter­mark, 182 Jalan Tun Razak, KL (03 2172 7272/www.dou­ble­tree3. hil­ton.com).

Part of the lux­ury ac­com­mo­da­tion and din­ing com­plex at Dou­bleTree by Hil­ton, Cel­lar Door is a low-lit, so­phis­ti­cated wine bar where you can in­dulge your in­ner con­nois­seur. With a range of new world and old world la­bels, this is where you can find all the fine wines your heart could de­sire. They also serve in­ter­na­tional beers and spir­its.

Daily, 4pm–1am.

The Cey­lon Bar 20-2 Changkat Bukit Bin­tang, KL (03 2145 7689/www.cey­lon­bar.com).

The long-run­ning Cey­lon Bar has evolved and grown in tan­dem with the iconic Changkat Bukit Bin­tang. Cey­lon’s re­laxed vibe is adorned with a kitschy in­te­rior and staffed with a friendly bunch. Or­der a drink at the Ter­race, plop on a bar stool, and im­merse your­self in the foot­ball matches. Give the board games in the lounge a go or sam­ple the range of fin­ger food. Draws mostly a ma­ture crowd. Mon–Sat, 4pm–2am; Sun, 11am– 12mid­night.

Cic­cio 15 Changkat Bukit Bin­tang, KL (03 2141 8605/www.cic­cio.com.my).

One of the ear­li­est es­tab­lish­ments along Changkat Bukit Bin­tang, Cic­cio is a charm­ing restau­rant and bar that at­tracts ex­pats and lo­cals alike. The bar is manned by good mixol­o­gists and the mo­ji­tos are crowd-pleasers.

Pork-free. Daily, 5pm–12mid­night.

Claret Wine Bar Level 23A, Tower B, The Troika, 19 Per­siaran KLCC, KL (03 2162 0886/ www.troikasky­din­ing.com).

Walk­ing into Troika Sky Din­ing, you’ll first dis­cover Claret Wine Bar – a classy, so­phis­ti­cated bar paired with a gor­geous view of KL’s sky­line. As the name sug­gests, this is a bril­liant wine bar, with an amaz­ing se­lec­tion to choose from. If you need more pri­vacy, there’s the se­cluded room be­side the wine racks while cosy one seater so­fas by the grand pi­ano are made for mu­sic lovers. But for us, the al­fresco area over­look­ing the city is the best place to be dur­ing sun­set hours.

Daily, 4pm–1am.

Club Nev­er­land 1 Jalan Kia Peng, KL (012 621 8311/ www.face­book.com/pages/Nev­er­landKuala-Lumpur/249058265116749).

‘Live per­for­mance’ seems to be a hit in KL’s nightlife scene. There’s some­thing about watch­ing girls in skimpy clothes danc­ing and singing to Chi­nese (and oc­ca­sion­ally Korean and Thai) pop songs that at­tracts the ‘ma­ture type of crowd’. Drinks are plen­ti­ful but most pa­trons are seen ei­ther down­ing beers or guz­zling whisky.

Daily, 9pm–3am.

D’Leg­ends Bar 24 Jalan Datuk Su­laiman, TTDI, KL (03 7725 6270/www.face­book.com/ dLe­gends­bar).

Upon en­ter­ing the premise, you will find out why the bar is called D’Leg­ends. Abun­dant por­traits of fa­mous leg­ends are all nicely fit­ted on the wall. We spot­ted por­traits of Bob Mar­ley, Michael Jack­son, Mar­i­lyn Mon­roe, James Dean, but opted for a booth be­side Jimi Hen­drix. This wal­let-friendly drink­ing hole also of­fers three-for-one beer deals all day ev­ery day and sim­i­lar cock­tail deals for the ladies. Add on to that the lo­cal food menu. Def­i­nitely a de­cent bar in the TTDI ’hood. Mon–Fri, 4pm–2am; Sat–Sun, 11am–2am.

Daikanyama 42 Changkat Bukit Bin­tang, KL (1 700 81 6482/www.face­book.com/ Daikanyama).

This is a place you go to when you want to qui­etly but se­ri­ously get drunk. It’s a lovely place to get drunk too, with its sooth­ing mu­sic, low light­ing, cosy eat­ing area and a zen-type smoking gar­den. Drinks are plen­ti­ful. But rather than reg­u­lar drinks, there is a long list of weird and won­der­ful cock­tails like Odaiba haem­or­rhage and Kenny’s ap­pen­dix. Weird? Wait un­til you try them. Sun–Thu, 6pm–12.30am; Fri–Sat, 6pm–2.30am.

Frangipani Restau­rant & Bar 25 Changkat Bukit Bin­tang, KL (03 2144 3001/www.frangipani.com.my).

Frangipani re­quires no in­tro­duc­tion. Fine din­ing by day and club spot by night, the retro/com­mer­cial house mu­sic sets the tone for the party crowds around the bar on the top floor. Par­tic­u­larly popular with ex­pats and boys who nat­u­rally sweat glitter, this is the per­fect place for those who are look­ing for a bit of Kylie to end their week with. Pork-free. Child friendly. Din­ing: Tue– Sun, 7.30pm–10.30pm; Bar: Tue–Thu & Sun, 6pm–12mid­night; Fri–Sat, 6pm–3am. $$$$

NEW Fuego

Level 23A, Tower B, The Troika, 19

Per­siaran KLCC, KL (03 2162 0886/ www.troikasky­din­ing.com).

A new ad­di­tion to Troika Sky Din­ing, this al­fresco bar opens up to a breathtaking view of KLCC – es­pe­cially dur­ing the sun­set. Clas­sic cock­tails are given an in­no­va­tive tweak and served in a de­light­fully flam­boy­ant pre­sen­ta­tion, with but­ter and pop­corn-in­fused rum and smoky mar­garita served with char­coal-grilled le­mon. You could also choose from a list of wines to pair with their ex­quis­ite South Amer­i­can-in­spired food menu. Credit cards ac­cepted. Daily, 6pm–12mid­night. $$$

G Six Club Rooftop, The Gar­dens, Mid Val­ley City, KL (012 555 6050/012 307 6616).

Lo­cated on the sixth floor of the Gar­dens with a great inside and out­side view of the Mid Val­ley area, the in­te­rior is a stun­ner, cool and fluid with the per­fect sense of style and dif­fer­en­ti­ated cubby holes to hang out in and ex­plore. This place is grow­ing in stature and pop­u­lar­ity but is not as trendy and cool as its neigh­bour.

Mon–Fri, 5pm–3am; Sat, 8am–3am.

The Green Man 40 Changkat Bukit Bin­tang, KL (03 2141 9924/www.green­man.com.my).

Named after a leg­endary Bri­tish character that is said to bring luck, this is one of the most popular lo­cal pubs in KL. The Green Man of­fers a wide range of Bri­tish pub favourites with many of its in­gre­di­ents be­ing flown in from around the globe on a weekly ba­sis. And it’s all af­ford­ably priced. The old-tav­ern-like at­mos­phere will cer­tainly make you stay there longer than you re­ally mean to. Mon–Thu, 10am–1am; Fri–Sun, 10am–2am. $$$

Grid­iron 11 & 15 Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar, KL (03 2201 4820/www.grid­iron.com).

It’s the decor that hits you when you en­ter – a shiny type of glass with lights lin­ing the cen­tral bar and 30-odd tele­vi­sion screens on the walls like ticker-tape. Happy Hour deals abound on all beers. The menu has its fair share of pasta, burg­ers and nib­bles, typ­i­cal of a sport joint.



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