We love the Blind Donkey because it’s basically a college bar, but for people in their late 20s. Located in the basement of a building downtown, Blind Donkey has every type of activity to keep you and your friends entertained: Darts, Skee-Ball, billiards, shuffleboard, karaoke, a photo booth, and even an old-school vending machine. There’s also a massive whiskey stock, a solid craft beer list, and a selection of very strong cocktails.
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