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For a dose of live music while having your local American grub, head to Whiskey Girl. The club resembles Hard Rock Cafe with its set of nightly bands performing with enough vigor to make you sit back, tap your feet and clap for every song asking for more. The odd nights also have DJs spinning some fine tunes from their collection. There are ample televisions to keep you entertained with ongoing sports matches if the music isn't of your liking. The American cuisine dominated menu features an array of burgers, sandwiches, salads, classic pub appetizers, pizza and more. Their Sunday brunch is also noteworthy!
The Shout House offers rockin' entertainment. It has a stage with dueling pianos where two talented musicians perform 1950's rock 'n roll hits. They keep the night alive by taking audience requests! Sing along or just enjoy the excitement with some drinks and food. The restaurant is also available for private parties, events and receptions.
On the other side of the long awning and double glass doors of BottleCraft Beer Shop and Tasting Room, large groups sits at wooden stained tables in a well lit room of wooden walls. For those who wish to enjoy a more relaxing evening with a friend or two, this place also offers bar seating along the perimeter. Whether in a group, or just with a friend, guests can enjoy one of many beers from various breweries, including Manzanita, Mission, Stone, Port + Lost Abbey, Coronado, Ballast Point, Karl Strauss, AleSmith, Green Flash, and many other local breweries. BottleCraft Beer Shop and Tasting Room also offers flights, as well as weekly events, like movie nights and meet the brewer nights. - Erick Pettersen
Urban Mo's offers a western theme with a twist. There is plenty of activity as people kick up their heels on the large dance floor. But it is not just country music here. Sunday nights are busy during "Detour," the weekly dance music night. Mondays are Latino night. Every night of the week is fun and crowded. Whether you like country music or not, this is a good time for everyone.
Part of a trend on Adams Avenue, this tiny Argentinian-infused wine bar offers anther alternative to the popular Mexian Mayahuel Bar up the street. But its natural companion may end up being the French-flavored Farmhouse directly next door. Empanadas rule the menu and are unlike any served elsewhere - chicken in a curry-infused dough, anyone? The empanadas are baked to order, rather than fried. They also offer a variety of flatbreads. The unexpected pita bread and hummous appetizer is created to order, as are most of the menu items. - deTraci Regula