Businesses whose names sacrifice creativity for obviousness certainly don't suffer for it -- Accountemps is the premier place to get an accounting temp, and Burger King is the premier place to send yours, when his numbers reveal you have no more money. Getting straight to the point, Coldbrew's Sports Bar & Grill.
From the founding chef of Jersey's in Woodstock, Cold's a back-to-basics, not overly sports'd up sports bar decked out with 30 flat-screens, stone-tiled floors, arching windows, a brick-walled, polished marble-topped bar, an umbrella'd front patio, and a simple mission: beer, plus food priced low enough for you to afford more beer. The 17 well-chilled taps offer plenty of options without overwhelming, from High Life, to Blue Moon, to Bass & Warsteiner, to seasonals like Sweetwater Road Trip and Abita Jockamo -- Creole patois you might recognize from a certain Bananarama cover, but not if there are girls around. Grub's all sub-$13, including apps (corn fritter nuggets; flame-grilled & Cajun-spiced tenderloin beef tips); sandwiches (the Ripper Dog w/ slaw & homemade chili; the 1/2lb Diablo Burger w/ jalapenos, hickory bacon, pepper jack); and entrees like Cajun Pasta (w/ Gulf shrimp, chicken, parm, & spicy sausage) and the slow-roasted and charred Cracklin Pork Loin -- boneless, much like you after admitting you know a Bananarama song.
If cold brew's not your thing, there's a $15 fishbowl in six house recipes, such as Gilligan's Island (vodka, Midori, Captain, pineapple juice) and the Myers's/151/SoCo/banana liqueur Crash & Burn -- a concoction that'll soothe you after your Accountemp warns you of the very same.