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This is a wildly hopping location most evenings, particularly in summer. A place known for its interesting clientele, many of these patrons have been coming to this bar for years. Clearly, this is a fun bar with plenty of people of all (drinking) ages. Many pop in, intrigued by the regulars and the general theme of the establishment. In 1995, Indigo Girls singer Amy Ray visited this joint and wrote "Cut It Out" after her visit here.
This bar's interior is filled with couches and overstuffed chairs. From the bar, it serves up a mean martini to go with its hot DJ tunes. Wearing anything from grunge to suits, young professionals walk through the door prepared to groove and chill. The food served up takes its inspiration from all over the world, with offerings that range from hummus to Phat Thai. The bungalow's large outdoor area is a huge draw during the summer.
Since opening in 1970, this bar has grown in size and notoriety. With sawdust floors, three stages, three dance floors, eight bars and tree stump bar stools, it has hosted: the Romantics, Megadeth, Aerosmith, Journey, Bad Company, Crosby Stills & Nash, Ratt, Blues Traveler and the Steve Miller Band. This bar has been discussed by David Letterman, used as a backdrop for the MTV Street Party show, noted on ESPN and highlighted on the Johnny Carson Show. This bar has it all. Delicious and reasonably priced eats and drinks, pinball and arcade games, a magnificent ice bar top, a room with Russian antiquities, and much more. Do stop by for a visit when in the city, you're sure to have a blast.