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A Visit to Dirty Crow Inn

A Visit to Dirty Crow Inn

The Dirty Crow Inn is the neighborhood bar that's not. Located at the corner of Crump and Kentucky, it's near the Budweiser distribution center

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Hair of the Dog? Yes, Please.

Hair of the Dog? Yes, Please.

Last Monday morning, I woke up with a pounding headache, dry mouth, and bloodshot eyes. When I sat up, covered in sweat, my immediate

Now open: City Silo and Pantry and The Bluff

Now open: City Silo and Pantry and The Bluff

When Cosmic Coconut opened on Sanderlin in 2011, the mindful-eating masses flocked to the oasis of cleansing juices and vegan offerings. Scott Tashie took

An App for Tap: Pour-It-Yourself Brews

An App for Tap: Pour-It-Yourself Brews

In my experience, the craft beer scene seems to run on two different but parallel tracks: tap rooms that look like charming, happy barns

Foiled Again

Foiled Again

Cooking your meat with tender loving care.
You might be surprised to learn that the most prestigious pieces of meat are among the least flavorful of cuts, well behind the ones

At Izakaya, steak and sushi in a swank setting.

At Izakaya, steak and sushi in a swank setting.

In 2013 the Lins had a plan for the historic building at 1433 Union. Then the people spoke. The restaurateur couple had every intention

Mix It Up!

Mix It Up!

Helpful hints for making better cocktails at home.
Last month, when I wrote about eschewing top-shelf liquor for "well" brands, several readers asked, "But what about the mixers?" You're right: A drink

A Climate Denier’s Happy Meal.

A Climate Denier’s Happy Meal.

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Scottish Ale vs. Scotch Ale? It’s a matter of “size.”
It was raining like stink and I was fighting with my tweed coat when I stepped into the taproom at High Cotton Brewing (HCB),

This week: Soup Sunday and Latte Art Throwdown.

This week: Soup Sunday and Latte Art Throwdown.

Youth Villages, a private nonprofit which finds mentors to build relationships with children in foster care, is hosting its annual Soup Sunday event January

Drinking “Well”: Should You Order the High-end Stuff at a Bar?

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After work one day last week, a friend and I made an impromptu stop at the backroom bar at Cafe 1912. She ordered a

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A Visit to Dirty Crow Inn

Josh: All the food is damn delicious. Nothing is an afterthought down to the bread on sandwiches. I agree with Clyde »

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Loflin Yard opens Thursday

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