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A city full of die-hard sports fans and food lovers means the (sports) bar makes for a great place to watch the game. Yes, our favorite establishments have the staples: ample TVs and good beer. But, they also have creative cocktails, impressive food menus, and other touches that set them apart from your average watering hole.
Want a bar with a personal TV at your booth? Check. Want a bar with a personal beer tap at your booth? Done. Want a spot where you can catch the game on any of 25 plasma screens and eat a flight of miniature Polish sausages while doing it? Yep, that exists, too. Read on to find out where you should be watching March Madness now, and baseball/hockey/football/your sport of choice later. The only thing we can't promise is that you'll win your bracket.
Newport, RI, is fancy. Sure, the Hamptons are fancy and Palm Springs is fancy, but Newport takes things to the next level with beach cottages that are actually sprawling mansions — and yachts as far as the eye can see. But, even if you don't own a 200-footer or a house with a view, that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the read
If you’re living in a dystopian wasteland where pretty much all resources are scarce, it can be near impossible to keep up your beauty or grooming routine. Well, okay, that's at least what we gathered from the recently released stills and poster for Mad Max: Fury Road starring Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy.