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Closed For Business

We all have that one friend or coworker who knows a lot about beer. When given the choice, they might suggest a brewery or tasting room as a place to get drinks. However, if you’re looking for a spot that’s a little more casual and where you’re less likely to hear about strains of hops, check out Closed for Business. This bar on King Street has 42 beers on tap and the bartenders are happy to give you the rundown of the local beer scene or just let you drink in peace. They also serve great bar food, like pan fried pierogies and crab dip, along with a huge spicy chicken sandwich and burger, all of which you can get until midnight on the weekends.

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