There are no gimmicks at Three Diamond Door - no wacky theme, no cheesy decor, no arcade games, and no skeeball machine. It’s just a nice bar with cozy leather booths, a good number of beers on draft, and some reasonable beer/shot specials. It’s also pretty versatile. Sit in the front for a standard bar feel, or head to the back room for more loungey vibes. On weekends it gets packed, and it’s a good place to seen and be seen by some young people who probably don’t see so well (because alcohol).
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