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Going out is a social experience and the Nice Guy with it's trendy yet laid-back vibe is a great place to just enjoy a night out with friends or meet new people. From the huge bar that commands center stage to the booths in the back, the bar provides a good environment to enjoy a drink, good food and conversation. With a food menu a far cry from the usual pub fare, enjoy gourmet dishes like the Black Tuscan Kale Chips, Blue Crab Arancini, Seared Diver Scallops and wood fired pizzas like Shaved Asparagus, Blistered Tomato, Pesto and Mozzarella. Gluten free and vegetarian options are available for those with dietary restrictions. For dessert sample their decadent affogato or made to order doughnuts.
Oldfield's Liquor Room features a quirky theme, complete with a rustic bar and vibrant atmosphere. Named after Barney Oldfield, a popular local racer, it serves an extensive array of cocktails. Happy hour specials remains its major draw, even as it boasts of an impressive list of more than 20 hand-crafted specials. Hemingway and The Straightaway cocktails are local favorites. The bar food is prepared with organic ingredients, while the chefs follow the age-old traditions and recipes. Fresh produce like purees, jams, sherbets are sourced from the local farmer's market.
Take a break from all the hustle bustle and enjoy a drink or two at the classic Cinema Bar. Since many years, this pub-cum-lounge has been delighting the city locals with some great country music and awesome drinks. The classic wooden interiors give it a very beautiful and timeless appeal. Watch out for the 'Tip Of The Jar'—a live music extravaganza held every Wednesday night, which features some of the best live country music bands. Because of all this, and more, The Cinema Bar is still considered as one of the best Country music nightclubs in the city and even after all these years, is frequented by a number of faithful locals.
A.O.C. is a frequent hangout of the swish set of Hollywood. This restaurant and bar has a fun and chilled out vibe about it, with friendly waitstaff and bartenders. The food consists of a wide range of dishes such as bacon wrapped dates, meatballs, cheese plates, pork confit, butterscotch creme and a lot more. The bar area has an extensive wine list, along with interesting cocktails such as Lucky Luke, Pistolero and Sancho Panza, with some great happy hour deals. Patrons can also choose to sit in their lovely patio area, or by the fireplace.
In a classy ambiance, Sara The Wine Bar welcomes patrons to a charming Italian experience. The place is quite intimate with dim lights casting a warm glow and the seating spaces are comfortable enough to accommodate smaller groups with ease. The menu here is quintessentially Italian and dishes like Bruschetta, Caprese and cheese platters grace every table. Lasagna, the Eggplant Parmigiana and the Polpettine are also popular offerings here. The wine list is extensive and though they do not have a waiter service, the bartenders are always kind enough to make suggestions over pairing.