Star Brass Lounge is a low-key dive bar with solid, inexpensive bar food. Packed with locals and serving excellent local beer, it’s one of the best spots in Georgetown to spend a few hours. The double-tavern burger is great, the homemade pretzel platter with beer cheese, apples, grapes, and a crispy-grilled brat is a solid deal at $10, and we could tear through the fried cod bites like popcorn at the movies. Come with friends for drinks and dinner before a night out.
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