The Half Pint is a multi-room bar that plays sports on TVs throughout, and there are usually a few people wearing jerseys stained with buffalo sauce during NFL games. But the main reason to come here is for the brunch or bar food, and the 15 types of beer on tap. Bring a group when some people want to eat, others want to watch sports, and everyone wants to drink bottomless mimosas or towers of beer. They also offer food and drink specials during Happy Hour until 7pm.
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