Bungalow is probably best known for the “I hate you so much” wall it has conveniently placed between its bathrooms, but that gimmick actually doesn’t do the rest of the place justice. Everyone loves this place. The drinks are great, there’s typically a DJ playing songs that make you want to dance, and the glass walls make people-watching easy. The inside bar gets pretty crowded, so if you’re in a rush to be not-sober, head out back to grab your first drink. There’s usually a taco truck in the back as well, so if you’re hungry, a stop there is ideal.
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