Touting itself as "Brighton's best family-owned sports bar," the Copper Rail lives up to that billing with twenty hi-def big screens, as well as a 135-inch projection screen. But while there are plenty of spots to catch televised games in the bar, the Rail also sports a few pool tables, skee-ball, arcade games and kid-friendly games. With its exposed brick walls and slick furnishings, the Copper Rail is a few notches above Mojo's, which formerly inhabited the space. It has 24 beers on tap and serves everything from wings and nachos to burgers, salads and sandwiches, as well as a kids' menu.
If you've got a wicked sensation right now in your rock nerve, there's good reason for that: George Lynch is back in town for a benefit show. After a full day's activiities, including a poker run, a 5... More »
Last week Cafe Society served up five Guess Where contests, featuring everything from the liver and onions at El Tejado to the green chile hash at Lola to a wet-your-whistle drink at a whistlestop on ... More »