Those ’70s rock-and-roll vibes are everywhere, from the mismatched carpets to the loungy couches. Strong option for a drink en route to dinner at Al’s Place or after a particularly satisfying La Taqueria experience.
At least that’s how the husband-and-wife team behind this place pictured your night going. Although after looking at this menu featuring elevated bar food from a Bluestem Brasserie alum, you might want to consider making a night of it.
Maybe start with an El Gruño (mezcal, fernet, chili liqueur, strawberry, ginger beer), or a bowl of Punch #1 (gin, absinthe, lime, cucumber) if you’re with a group.
But let’s assume it’s just the two of you. You’ll play pool. You’ll play pinball. You’ll have a laugh over pork belly toast. A bourbon-peach milkshake is definitely a possibility. Ponder the wall art that was painted by the owner and features many an evil eye to ward off the bad vibes.
Mick wouldn’t stand for bad vibes.
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