Kitty O' Shea's, Crackers Pub, and The Wild Horse.: The REAL deal on these night spots.
Kitty O' Sheas:
This place is a dump and it's the size of a shoebox. It's always packed with drunk college kids looking to get some ya-ya. Good luck getting served too. By the time you get your next beer, the place'll be closed.
This joint is even smaller than Kitty's but no less a dump. The food is terrible, and God help you if you go on karaoke nite. Frequented by the post-college and middle-age crowd who still think they have a chance on getting some action.
The Wild Horse:
(By the way, if you're a local, it's the "Pony")
Not a dump, and the food is good, but the bar area is miniscule and always packed with just-got-out-of-work Corporate Jabronis. And about that Ferrari being parked out front? First off, you can't park on that side of the street in front of the bar. Second, anybody with that much cash wouldn't be caught dead in that area of the neighborhood. It's right next to Bennett Street. And about the dress code, I've walked in plenty of times wearing jeans and my bike jacket and not one funny look. They're too busy pretending to talk to someone important on their cell phones to notice. I saw some guy wearing women's shoes in there once. It's really too bad, because when it first opened, it used to be a good place for the locals to come in and have a beer in peace. Now you can't even hear yourself think over the mix of background music and mindless bantering.
Dress Code: The Wild Horse:
Most of the wanna-be Yuppies who go there just wear what they wore to work that day. But there is no set dress code. I mean, if you walk in looking like one of the bums from the downtown shelter, they may not serve you, but I've never seen it happen.
No dress code. If you usually dress like a hooker or a john, you'll fit right in.
Kitty O' Shea's:
No dress code. If course, if one of those college girls brings you back to her apartment, it won't matter what you're wearing anyway. (It'll end up on the floor)
The Wild Hores Cafe: For the higher class
This place is on the up and up, I saw what appeared to be a Ferrari F-40 parked out front the other night. Get the picture.
Dress Code: So long as your "decent" they wont care. But you might get a few stares if you leave your Gouchi and Armanis behind.
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