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Frank & Steins sets itself apart from its “craft breau” counterparts



Frank & Steins Eatery and Pub ­­
­­150 S. Magnolia Ave., 407-412-9230, ­­

Essay question: Why should I drink here?  
Downtown Orlando’s original craft beer (and wine, and whiskey) sports bar, Frank and Stein’s still sets itself apart from its “craft breau” counterparts with its plethora of sandwiches, soups and, of course, franks and bratwursts – not to mention 40 drafts, over a hundred canned and bottled beers, tons of seating for large parties and barflies alike, enough wide-screen TVs to satisfy your sportaholic friends and bar games to delight everyone else.

Short answer/multiple choice:

After work or after hours? Grab a pint and a hot dog after a long work week.

Beer/wine or liquor too? Wines and whiskeys and beers, oh my!

Check all that apply:
☐ fancy cocktails
☐ make 'em strong and keep 'em coming
☒ wine list (5 choices or more)
☒ craft beer
☐ beer: the usual suspects
☒ wide selection of bottles/cans (more than 15)
☒ wide selection on tap (more than 15)

Food? Y ☒ N ☐

Smoking allowed inside? Y ☐ N ☒

Outside drinking? Y ☐ N ☒

Dog-friendly? Y ☐ N ☒  

Bathrooms: nightmare or not bad? Not bad

Bag hooks? Y ☒ N ☐  

TVs? Y ☒ N ☐
What's on? All of the sportsball; the news

DJs? Y ☐ N ☒
Live music Y ☐ N ☒
There's a jukebox.

Games? Check all that apply:
☐ pinball
☐ video
☐ pool
☒ darts
☒ other: Your typical bar game fare – like Jenga, Apples to Apples and an extremely popular shuffleboard table


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