Right on the border of the ’Loin and ’Nob is The European inside the Warwick Hotel. It’s a good place to stop in for a pre-dinner drink during their daily Happy Hour or for a nightcap before you head home. The cocktails are some of the best in the neighborhood and the bar menu can easily stand in for dinner if you decide to make yourself comfortable.
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