This place is right next to some really big office buildings, and it gets shoulder-to-shoulder-level-busy (and loud) quickly after work. But the bartenders know what they’re doing, so you can be in and out with a drink pretty fast. There’s a small upstairs area with a few seats as well, if you want to escape the crowd and maybe do a little people-watching. Try it if you have a small group of two to four people max, and you all know each other well enough that you can guess what’s being said instead of actually hearing it.
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