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One of Little Rock's hippest places to be at night is Midtown. Not only can you play pool all night long, you can also check out some of the best regional bands. This bar, which caters to a late '20s, early '30s crowd, serves any drink you can think of, as well as great food for the late-night munchies. A membership is required, but you can buy those at the door.
The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium features more than 200 beers from over 15 countries. The Ace Apple and Pear Cider on tap are out of this world. Drink specials every Monday through Wednesday nights help offset the expense. A variety of appetizers and entrees will keep your stomach from grumbling. The nacho grande saucedillas are excellent. Cigar aficionados will find a wide selection to smoke while lounging on a sofa inside or watching passers-by from an outside bench.
Eccentricity and wild nights come alive here at one of Little Rock’s liveliest bars. A step into the White Water Tavern reveals a plethora of outlandish décor, which includes the likes of a taxidermied beaver and the painting of a nude matador. Adding to the oddity is the bar’s colorful history that includes playing host to Bill Clinton and witnessing greats like Levon Helm and Billy Bragg playing live. Today, the allure of the bar as the best venue for live music continues, with the impressive selection of spirits and delectable bar food only adding to it.
Comedians travel far and wide to entertain Little Rock at Loony Bin's Comedy Club. It has hosted the likes of Jeff Foxworthy, Bobcat Goldthwaite, and ventriloquist extraordinaire, Jeff Dunham. The intimate space seats a mere 250 so everyone can be a humor target. Dress casual and be ready to laugh. The menu features an array of fun drinks and the typical beers by the glass or bucket. Food choices include a few sandwiches and a wealth of appetizers.