Gold Line is a Tokyo-style record bar in Highland Park that’s the hardest place to get into in the neighborhood. Lines form around 9:30pm with a music-inclined crowd ready to drink whiskey highballs and listen to some of the 7,500 in-stock records that play all night. The dimly-lit space is cramped, but if you can snag a seat in the more lounge-y back area, you’ll be able to spread out a little bit more.
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