This Queen Village bar is casual but not divey, which makes it the perfect place to grab a few post-work drinks with anyone from a coworker to your boss - as long as your boss isn’t the kind of person who expects a glass of champagne to be hand-delivered to them upon arrival. They specialize in beer here, and all of their 20-something rotating drafts are half-priced until 6:30pm on weeknights. It also makes for a great place to have a drink and watch the game since they have a bunch of TVs here.
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