Rocco’s is a pretty generic sports bar (there’s an abundance of TVs and lots of wood with red leather) that’s still a good place to know about for after-work drinks. From 3-7pm every day, all drinks (including top-shelf liquor) are 2-for-1. With a deal like that, expect to find the rest of downtown Culver’s workforce here too. The food menu is your typical bar appetizers, pizzas, and burgers, but just a little better than you would think.
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