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5th and Taylor feels like it was designed to make your bachelor or bachelorette party planner happy. Housed in an old Germantown warehouse, this spacious restaurant has banquette-style tables and a huge menu of Southern shared plates and entrees, along with enough beer, wine, and cocktails to please everyone in your group. It’s a great dinner spot, but even better for brunch - partially because of the sausage cheddar biscuits, but also because you can spend a few hours on their big patio afterward.

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