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Bad Jimmy’s is the perfect place to take the crew (and the puppies of the crew) after a dinner at The Leary Traveler. Come here for a low-key night tasting flights of infused beers like strawberry-mango hefeweizen and peach gose. Some are brilliant (we’re impatiently waiting for the cherry kiwi gose to be back on rotation) and some are straight-up weird, like the coconut-caramel-chocolate ale that’s supposed to taste like a girl scout cookie. Either way, Bad Jimmy’s is a great pitstop on your beer crawl.

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