Chained Rabbit looks like most dive bars. There’s no sign outside, and the interior is dark with plenty of barstools, a few booths, and way better-than-average bar food. This is a place where a quick after-work drink quickly turns into a night out, especially once the group realizes that Happy Hour runs from 4 to 7pm and involves $6 cocktails. If you stay for food, the shrimp tostadas and fried chicken sandwich are fantastic, and you’ll want an order of the twice-fried fries.
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