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Bar Exam: Rogue Pub

We test out Orlando's bars and give you all the answers

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Address/phone number:
3076 Curry Ford Road

Website, if there is one:

beer/wine or liquor too?

Check all that apply:
( ) fancy cocktails
(X) wine list (5 choices or more)
( ) make ’em strong and keep ’em coming
(X) craft beer/microbrews
(X) tons of bottles
(X) fuckload on tap

Food? Limited selection of sandwiches and wraps

Smoking allowed?
( ) Y
(X) N

Vibe: South Orlando blue-collar neighborhood meets fancy beer in a pool hall staffed by cute girls

After work or after hours? After work

Get laid or just get drunk? Depends on the night

Outside drinking:
(X) Y (a few tables on sidewalk outside)
( ) N

Dogs allowed?
(X) Y, but only outside
( ) N

( ) Y
(X) N

(X) Y
( ) N

What’s on? Probably the game

(X) Y
( ) N

What’s the best song to listen to here?
Something from the ’90s that you totally forgot about until just now, and you can’t help but sing along because you used to love that song in high school.

Games? Check all that apply:
( ) pinball
( ) arcade games
(X) pool
( ) skee-ball
(X) darts
( ) other: ______________

Essay question: In 50 words or fewer, why should I drink here? Because you’re looking for good beer in a laid-back atmosphere in a non-hipster-infested neighborhood. 


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