While buses can get you around town, they're not without problems, like frequently smelling bad and always being late, which is surprising, given all the evidence that they must go at least 50 miles per hour. Now one's providing you with solutions to your own problems, at Rock & Rita's. Delivering 16,000sqft of color-splashed rock 'n' rollin', R&R's a 24/7 booze palace/resto decked with a pro-lit stage for live shows, artwork like massive lucha libre-dude heads and American Gothic redone with the farmer and his babe done up in Kiss makeup, and three "flairtender"-staffed bars, including one made from a custom, former 80's tour bus using beer barrels as bar stools, meaning keg-sits are encouraged, even if keg-stands aren't. Sustenance means straight-up American fat-food, from full-on breakfast, to apps like "Fry Mountain" (piled with bacon, chili, and cheese), to burgers including "The Ulcerator" (w/ smoked ham, fried onion strings, jalapenos, pepper jack, and Butt Burnin' Blaze Sauce), to signature dishes like mushroom-gravy-slathered Country Style Meatloaf, but not Big Country Style meatloaf, cause that would just disappear before you even got a chance to eat it. Drinks get pretty ridiculous, including the mandatory massive 'ritas, "Toilet Bowls" (awesomely sugary libations served in adorable lil' mini-crappers) like the vodka/gin/Blue Curacao/Sprite 2000 Flushes, and the monstrous 124oz Suck It From the Bucket, described as "lots of booze, lots of straws, and one big ass bucket", which is never how anyone described Charlie from Willy Wonka, until he started working there. All those drinks are lovingly concocted by the 19 aforementioned flipping/juggling/speed pouring bartenders, who compete around the world and do both scheduled and impromptu shows, from two-time Ukrainian flair-tending champ Alexi Smolikov to Steve "Stretch" Harman, whose nickname also describes movies about fast buses.