Local Edition has a spirit list longer than the fifth Harry Potter book (roughly), so it’s a good stop after work if you like to order your drinks neat or on the rocks. They have great cocktails, too, all for around $13. This place is underground (but has good phone service), and is also really dark, so budget an extra 10 minutes or so to let your eyes adjust. Once your night vision kicks in, you’ll notice that there’s lots of room here for large groups and couples alike. It gets noisy, but it’s more of a sociable buzz, so it won’t ruin any conversation you’re trying to have about maximizing synergization of horizontally integrated ventures to avoid inverse collapse of backup overflow. Or something.
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