Photo gallery: DIY pub crawl in Ivanhoe Village

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In this month's Another Round nightlife column, I took off after work for a DIY pub crawl through Ivanhoe Village with OW arts and culture editor Jessica Bryce Young and editor-in-chief Erin Sullivan. (Gotta love working for a place where you can drink with your boss!)

We started at neighborhood mainstay the Imperial and then stopped by the Caboose for $2 sangria before ending our night with beers and bites at the Hammered Lamb.

Below you'll find a few snapshots that I took from our drinking adventure. (Note: In no way am I a professional photographer. And after a few rounds, I do what I can just to hold my Droid camera still.)

At any rate, it should give you a taste of the laid-back kind of vibe we found in Ivanhoe Village. To read this month's Another Round pub crawl feature, click here.

The Imperial Wine Bar and Beer Garden (1800 N. Orange Ave.)
  • The Imperial Wine Bar and Beer Garden (1800 N. Orange Ave.)

The Imperial Wine Bar and Beer Garden (1800 N. Orange Ave.)

The Imperial Wine Bar and Beer Garden
  • The Imperial Wine Bar and Beer Garden

The Imperial Wine Bar and Beer Garden

The Imperial Wine Bar and Beer Garden
  • The Imperial Wine Bar and Beer Garden

The Imperial Wine Bar and Beer Garden

$2 sangria at the Caboose (1827 N. Orange Ave.)
  • $2 sangria at the Caboose (1827 N. Orange Ave.)

$2 sangria at the Caboose (1827 N. Orange Ave.)

The Hammered Lamb (1235 N. Orange Ave.)
  • The Hammered Lamb (1235 N. Orange Ave.)

The Hammered Lamb (1235 N. Orange Ave.)

The Hammered Lamb
  • The Hammered Lamb

The Hammered Lamb

The Hammered Lamb
  • The Hammered Lamb

The Hammered Lamb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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