District Tap House is a big room with high ceilings, a very long bar, and a borderline-unnecessary number of beers on tap. There’s also an area in the back with tables and booths, and the largest booths have their own little flat screen TVs mounted on the walls next to them. So if you want to experience the bar equivalent of flying first class, grab one of those. If you’re looking for something a little quieter, there’s a semi-separate cocktail bar in the back that they open on weeknights.
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