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Utforska Appalachian Mountains

Drinkar och nattliv i Appalachian Mountains

Tacoställe
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“Big Star is a bourbon and beer-focused, taco-slinging, late-night honky-tonk in the heart of Chicago’s Wicker Park and Wrigleyville neighborhoods. Executive Chef Paul Kahan and Chef de Cuisine Chris Miller’s menu, inspired by authentic Mexican street food, is complemented by an extensive house-selected single barrel bourbon program. Housed in a defunct 1940's gas station, the Wicker Park taqueria’s soundtrack of classic country and rock & roll is selected and spun by bar staff. They operate on a first come, first serve basis and don't take reservations. The corner of North Ave. and Damen Ave. (1531 N. Damen Ave.).”
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Bar
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“Awesome burger, soda and beer joint. Join the wait list through yelp so you won’t have to wait forever on busy days. Outdoor and indoor seating. ”
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Bar
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“Queen St West, or West Queen West as it's known locally, is Toronto's premier walking street, full of small shops and boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants. It's not a tourist street; it's where Torontonians go to shop and play and live. You could devote an entire visit to just walking Queen Street, from Parkdale in the west, through the shopping district right through downtown. Further east, the neighbourhood of Leslieville offers great restaurants and a friendly vibe. Queen St continues even further east, eventually ending up in the iconic Beach neighbourhood, where the city meets the lake and where each year the Beach Jazz Festival, well jazzes up the scene.”
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Hotell
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“This West Queen West patio pairs twisting, tubular, light-up artwork with good food, drinks and boho and artsy vibes. There are covered drinking and dining areas in case it rains as well as more loungy space perfect for wiling away a lazy afternoon.”
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Bowlinghall
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“Fun day 🎳! Check the age requirement for children after hours. There is a bar here and adults drinking. ”
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Ölträdgård
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“Open seasonally. Vendors take over this huge lot and you can walk around getting all types of food . Right on the water. Super touristy/crowded. ”
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New American-restaurang
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“Crowded spot thats best for brunch. Get there early unless you want to wait (no resys) . Order the ricotta pancakes!”
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Jazz-klubb
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“The Green Mill is a historic jazz bar where Al Capone and his cronies would be seen. Definitely a must! ”
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Diner
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“Everyone loves the Phoenicia Diner! Seems like everyone heading up or down Route 28 stops off here for one of their skillet breakfasts or to have a drink and watch live music on their patio on the weekends. ”
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Kafé
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“Inventive, market-driven food in a casual, funky space that hosts an especially popular brunch.”
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Bar
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“Multi-level downtown venue with creative cuisine, cocktails, live music & special events plus a rooftop patio. ”
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Mexikansk restaurang
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“Tyson I is good families and normal stuff. Tyson II is good for high end luxury goods. ”
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Bryggeri
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“I'd probably just go here while you are shopping or out in Wicker Park but they brew a local beer (and it's great).”
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Outdoor Event Space
“Tours are available! This is one of the biggest breweries in the area! Arden, NC.”
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New American-restaurang
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“interesting and delicious food and drinks in cool space. Worth the wait. First Michelin starred restaurant in Logan Square but maintains hip and chill vibes.”
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Fransk restaurang
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“Bustling brasserie serves classic French fare & drinks amid a zinc bar, tile floors & sidewalk cafe. Washington Post Review by Tom Sietsema Here’s why it’s so hard to book a table at a decent hour at the city’s most popular French restaurant: the bread basket, generously filled with three flavors, including country wheat; the waiters in their long white aprons, there when you need them and quick to describe any dish to your satisfaction; a setting of pressed-tin ceilings, blood-red banquettes and honeyed lighting that could pass for a brasserie in the country of inspiration. Then there’s the food, textbook versions of onion soup, steak frites and apple tarte Tatin, plus daily specials that will make you glad to be there on, say, Friday for spot-on bouillabaisse. Who in town makes a lighter foie gras mousse, or a finer duck a l’orange, the skin of the leg fried so that it shatters under your teeth? Noise is the cochon at the party. Otherwise, I recognize the attraction of fans including Gérard Araud. If it’s good enough for the discerning French ambassador, it’s good enough for moi.”
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