A lot of factors contribute to the atmosphere at a dive bar, from the carpet stains to the half-lit neon sign to the junkyard dog in the corner. But none of these elements is as important as the regulars. They’re the heart and soul of the place, and to have a good time at your average, um, ‘edgier’ saloon, you want to stay on their good side. Here’s how.
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