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This massive brew pub/beer hall offers an impressive roster of craft beers, bar snacks, and men clad in button-downs who likely work in finance.
There are plenty of dressed-up bar bites (think truffle fries and aioli), the beer roster is enormous, and the crowd is typically a low-key group looking for something that walks the line between a collegiate dive and the standard -a-drink craft cocktail bars.
Sweet & Vicious is an easy crowd-pleaser -- the drinks are affordable and served in Mason jars (get a frozen margarita), the patio is littered with tea lights, and the regular crowd consists of post-work 20-somethings who tend to be remarkably mindful of personal space and reasonable conversational volume (meaning you’ll actually be able to hear what your friends are saying).
Named for Tom Handy, reportedly America’s first bonafide “mixologist,” this old-school-inspired cocktail lounge hidden underneath Chalk Point Kitchen is perfect for when you want a quiet (but still scene-y) spot with strong cocktails.
Grab a seat in one of the leather booths surrounded by old jazz memorabilia and order from a menu of seasonal cocktails made with hand-pressed juices and local shrubs (to be paired with fancy bar bites like warm black truffle tea sandwiches).