461 N. Third St.
Looking to let go of everything and just party hard?
McFadden’s 3rd Street has great happy hour specials ranging from $1 to $3 drafts, $3 to $5 well drinks and you-call-it-specials. McFadden’s is a prime spot for happy hour. The bar even gives them away for free. You’ve probably gotten a Facebook event inviting you to a friend’s happy hour, where they drink for free, and you drink for $2. When you’re there, make sure to keep an eye out for the ladies that walk around with signup sheets offering these great deals.
During the day, it is a perfect place to relax, grab a beer and some wings and watch the game. The bar’s wings are even more delicious on Mondays at 35 cents a pop.
The relaxing atmosphere quickly transforms into a great nightlife spot for any night of the week.
Michelle Kraus can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good Dog Bar
234 S. 15th St.
“Come, sit, stay,” reads the sign outside Good Dog Bar. If the name and slogan weren’t enough, you’ll get the theme when you walk inside from the hundreds of dog photos in the cozy, three-floor bar and restaurant.
Each of the floors has its own vibe. The busy first floor has a long bar on one side and a row of booths along the other. The second floor includes a minibar, more tables and a quieter atmosphere, while the top floor is a hangout for playing pool and shooting darts.
Good Dog’s large menu includes the mouth-watering Good Dog Burger and a good rotation of local brews as well as many under-the-radar gems, such as the dark Smuttynose Old Brown Dog Ale and the Flying Dog Doggie Style, a delicious pale ale.
It’s a great place to come sniff around, if you’re curious.
Kevin Brosky can be reached at email@example.com.
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