This fairly fresh spot hits the honky-tonk trifecta: live music, two-steppin, and plenty of good whiskey. On Thursdays through Saturdays, you’ll find local and regional country acts, as well as bluegrass, Zydeco and Americana. But if it’s not a weekend, don’t worry; you’ll always find 40 labels of bourbon, rotating drafts, craft cocktails, and late-night tacos filled with everything from 44 farms cheesesteak to lamb barbacoa.
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This newly revamped arts and cultural district houses plenty of bars, restaurants, and shopping. And at the center of it all is Sawyer Yards, with 55 acres of repurposed industrial warehouses, over 300 creative working studios, and an exceptional art community. Every second Saturday of the month, the district hosts a curated open market, and local artists open their studios to the public, showing off sculptures, paintings, jewelry and photography, from noon to 5pm. Afterward, hit up Holler Brewing Co. for juicy IPAs.