Maybe you took our advice about Flock and Fowl, then ignored our advice about the Slotzilla, and now you’re downtown in need of one last drink before you crawl into bed. Mike Morey’s Sip N Tip is slightly hidden down a side street and a great place to escape the madness. You’re here for the long beer list, though they do have some classic cocktails and a few “Stolen Recipes,” like a Rhubarb Refresher with gin that we like. With only about 30 seats, it’s not the place to bring every person you met on the dance floor (and will definitely keep in touch with). Instead, come with a few friends and fight over the jukebox, before you add your own Polaroid to their massive collection.
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