Sometimes the night just calls for a bro bar, and when it does, head to The Den. The space itself looks like some sort ski chalet for squirrelly co-eds and while it can get rowdy on the weekends, you somehow manage to walk out having had a good time. You’ll probably do a shot of cheap tequila because a stranger told you to, and possibly save a drunk girl’s sleeve from catching on fire in one of the outdoor fire pits, but that’s all part of the fun. Also, their weekly Happy Hour has $5 well drinks and a slew of other specials.
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