Best Bar For Drinkin'
1st Place: The Joynt (tied)
1st Place: The Fire House (tied)
2nd Place: Clancy’s
3rd Place: The Mousetrap (tied)
3rd Place: The Livery (tied)
When you just simply looking for a good spot for drinking, a few variables come into play. 1) Price 2) Atmosphere 3) Proximity 4) Selection 5) Entertainment. When you break it down that simply, it’s easy to see why these bars placed so high. With its fourth time in first place, The Joynt takes the cake for being really cheap, having great character, and a top-shelf jukebox. Newcomer The Fire House has sleek décor and live music going for it, but there’s no question their ridiculous tap beer selection is what brought them to the top. Clancy’s dynamic atmosphere, cheap mixers in mason jars, and amazing jukebox bring it to second. The Livery is all about atmosphere, from the country-urban conglomeration of the interior to the highly popular fire pit patio in back. The success of The Mousetrap comes from regular live music, cheap and plentiful booze, a respectable jukebox, and an always-upbeat crowd. — TK