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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 22, 1988, Page 22, Image 22

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. - t OmnibusThursday, September 22, 198813 i I ; - I r I " Hi A ' s v3 I1 i ( j ' ) ,,-" n'tes: tih: 1 till I -J -7WVi . Waterin Holes g abound for thirsty, fun4oving folks From staff reports lets get a beerT It's a familiar chime 'round these parts, although only a minority percen tage of this campus has retained (or regained) the right to drink in this state. For those of you entitled to imbibe, here's a partial list of some of the best-known watering holes around: Henderson Street Bar If vou'd like to go to a bar where you can just hang out and maybe jukebox for at least an hour, eat your lunch and drink a beer Several pinball machines, video (or several) with friends, H-Street games, a foosbali table and a wide may be the place for you. Spike, screen TV combine to make Bub's the owner's canine buddy, will be one of the area's more popular sure to greet you, and become entertainment establishments, your personal friend if you arrive He's Not Here If you like to with any food. drink in the great outdoors, He's Natural Light and Bud on tap are Not at 1 1 TA w. Franklin St. is the 90 cents a cup; or you can get your place for you. in the huge outdoor very own H-Street cup with the patio area, you and a couple slogan "Beer is Good for You" for hundred others can enjoy the $1.50 -refills are $1. Bottled beer night air while sipping from a includes most longneck domestics and popular imports, various fla vors of wine coolers are also available at reasonable prices, wooden booths line the walls of the bar, which boasts one of the best classic rock 'n' roll jukeboxes in the area and several pinball machines. On football and basket- ball game days you can expect to see the bar packed with avid fans glued to the bar's two television screens located above the bar. Troll's - well, it just aint like it used to be. Troll's underwent some serious renovations this summer - there's carpet on the floor now, and many of the old wooden booths are gone. But the beer is still cheap, the service fast, and you can still play Hank Williams Jr. tunes on the jukebox while vou're Dlavinq a video game in the back room. A Chapel Hill institution, Troll's is located downstairs at 157 E Rosemary St Ballyhoo's - Formerly Jor dan's, Ballyhoo's Is a restaurant and bar that offers a quiet, casual atmosphere. Regulars frequently come in to escape the beer- drinking scene and get a real drink, weeklv soeciais and a late niqht snack menu are added highlights, and the background music Is controlled to allow conversations without shouting. Most drinks are $2.25, and you can get a long island iced Tea for $3.25. Specialty drinks, such as the "Ballyhoo Blue" are also available upon request Bub O'Malley's Pub Upstairs from Ballyhoo's youH find one of the town's most spacious bars. although it may not seem like it on a Friday night A wide assort ment of beers is available in bottles or by the pitcher at reasonable prices. On a crowded night you wont hear the songs you chose on their massive bucket of beer. A bucket is a huge Carolina blue cup filled with your choice of available draft beer. Beer is also available by the pitcher and in bottles, and you can order wine coolers as well, if the weather isnt up to par, you can enter the two- story bar. Plus, live entertainment usually takes place on Saturday nights, Molly Maguire's Irish Pub - When you're in the mood to soak up some Irish spirit, or any spirits for that matter, Molly's, located at 136 E Rosemary St. offers both food and drink to fill you up. You can enjoy your domestic beer or cup o' Guinness outside at one or the patio tables or opt for a mixed drink inside at the bar or in a booth. With dim lighting and walls covered with sports trophies and other memorabilia, Molly's is def - initely a place where you can soak up a aistinctive atmospnere. The Cave - Dark, smoky, sweaty - it's definitely Chapel Hill's most down-to-earth bar. There's never a cover, almost always a band and dollar draft, in the back, under harsh light, there's pool - in the front, under no light, there's darts. WFUN Kite Club - For stu dents more interested in dancing than darts, WFUN offers dance music in a disco atmosphere, it's a membership club with weekly specials for those of age to drink. J? zszr ft . Hn I n I j I I 1 lllrK t . - ri - f t 111! If huirl m P liillf JrxAi I jil r 4l !!ivi; II 1 ., ; i j tuiniiitiilUi-.. , in Owner Tim Kirkpatrick draws a long cold one at Henderson Street Bar. w if . i Recently remodled, Troll's has a new look but still serves flfAmcriccn Hoart Association wmat Ohti to c o mm (Dii uihitiftnwii Wh 0 .tffrT dT . . . v 1w:-A:t. av.v-,-. .:-:.Mft.ft..maAvvfcVA I .:SiSJSi::SS'-55 v I r - DTH Belinda Morris v DTHDayid Mir.lon your favorite brews. matm s r contemporary . clothing from around the ivorld '' a o 9680365 obnnyTSbirt) 1 . X- t Is

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