Located on 4th St.’s dive bar row, The Stache definitely has a rowdy, last-call bar feel to it, and that’s exactly how they prefer it. There isn’t a designated dance floor per se, but come after midnight on a Saturday, and people will have created one between the tables. If that sounds like a lot for you, stop by midweek, and you’ll find a more relaxed crowd there to play some board games, watch the Dodgers, and drink Moscow mules with housemade ginger beer.
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