That speakeasy bar you tried to go to on your birthday, but couldn’t because you forgot to check what the password was on Facebook? That was probably R Bar. It's a dark, prohibition-style bar that's fun at night (the beer selection is surprisingly good), and does a bottomless brunch that you don't need a password for.
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