Kick back, grab a cold one, and join me on my quest to find the coldest beer, unique cocktails, tastiest local cuisine, live music and kick-ass jukeboxes in the bars, taverns, honky-tonks, roadhouses, and dancehalls in the country.
In this episode of the AA Hour, we discuss a phenomenon of the past...the bar or tavern that opens at 6 AM. I'll tell you about working in San Francisco's Chinatown with a delivery driver who (to say the least) likes a morning bracer or two (or eight). And in the early '70's, there we're plenty of spots open in the wee hours.
Now, imagine navigating this:
Through streets like this:
How do you cope? Well, SOME would stop at a place like THIS:
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