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A favorite of its Lemay Ferry neighborhood, the Dry Dock Tavern makes customers feel like they're in a friend's comfortable man cave. There are no daily specials to draw in crowds, but the reasonable prices and friendly, straightforward service are constants. The entire room is covered in dark-stained wood, including the bar, bar back, tables, walls and ceiling. Though small, the space is not overpowered by neon or signage; the few decorations are related to sports (every one of the basics is represented), Anheuser-Busch or scantily clad Budweiser babes. The bar only carries two taps, Bud and Bud Light, but there are several microbrews in bottles and an expansive selection of trendy flavored vodkas. Patrons can partake in pizza-and-wings night on Tuesdays or bring their own food. There is no kitchen, but the tavern is happy to provide paper plates and napkins.
Lemay's diamond in the rough, the Dry Dock Tavern, has been in business for more than 25 years, ever since co-owner Jim Gannon and some friends/coworkers from Bevo Mill decided to go all in and open their own traditional American tavern. "The Dock" is the perfect watering hole for any red-blooded American who enjoys glacier-cold beer while taking in up to six separate high-definition sporting events all at once. On any given night you can saddle up to the ornate oak bar and see NFL Hall of... More »
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