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There's so much to choose from. How will you decide?

BARS
From page 1B
cent of a summer camp dining hall more
than anything else. Leopold Bros. distills
its own whiskey, gin, vodka and various
liqueurs - a major draw for connoisseurs.
But if you're looking for action, you'd bet-
ter try something a little less snobby and a
whole lot cheaper.
GOODNIGHT GRACIES
301 W. Huron St.
You are over the college bar scene. You
are ripe and ready to move to New York City,
chain smoke in jazz clubs and have a lover
10 years your senior who will buy you pricey
martinis. But beware: Gracies is not for the
thin-wallet college kid with little apprecia-
tion for live music. If you roll into this classy
joint without the proper bills and skills, the
posh crowd will immediately recognize you
don't belong here.
RICK's AMERICAN CAFE
611 Church St.
Rick's isn't the bar or club where everyone
knows your name, and chances are you'll
end up going home with someone who won't
remember it in the morning.
THE BROWN JUG
1204 S. University Ave.
You, 21st-birthday boy, are finally wel-
come to enter The Jug after 9 p.m. without
fearing the ethnically ambiguous bouncer
and his ability to take aware your second,
dearly paid for fake ID. Enjoy that shot of
151 topped off with mayonnaise and get used
to spending many of your Wednesday and
Thursday nights here during the rest of your
undergraduate career. You're the kind of bar
patron who will miss "your bar" after gradu-
ation takes you to a consulting job in New
Jersey or some vaguely technically named
engineering corporation, and relish catching
up with the same people you know you'll see
here night after night, as well as the cheap
pitchers of beer.
You go to the Jug because you want to get
wasted or you go because you already are
and you end up there every Wednesday night
anyway.

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Connor O'Neils, Rush Street Bar, Ann Arbor Brewing Company and Good Night Gracie

TOUCHDOWNS
1220 South University Ave.
You mustbe in Dance Marathon.
SCOREKEEPERS
310 Maynard St.
Skeep's is the bar every underage under-
grad tries to get into - then immediately
realizes is really tacky when she turns 21.
The beauty of S'keeps is that you never
know who you'll find there - Greeks dancing
to bad YungJoc remixes, 20-something Ross
students drinking $1.75 Heinekens, EMU
6migres trying to pick up University guys.
But you'll know exactly on which nights to
find them (Tuesdays, Thursdays for MBA

happy hour and weekends, respectively). If
you're an undergrad, S'keeps is your first bar:
the first one at which you successfully pass
off your California fake ID, where you sloppi-
ly have your first dance-floor makeout with
a random SAE brother, where you actually
take a cab to with your Markley hallmates,
then stand outside in line for 20 minutes.
And if you're a graduate or transfer student,
S'keeps is the first place people point you to
- until you realize that Ashley's is just down
the street.
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325Braun Ct.
Brunch, gay or hipster. Or all three.

THE HEIDELBERG
215S. Main St.
If you frequentThe Heidelberg (either the
Club Above, its main-floor restaurant/bar
or its basement bar the Rathskeller), you're
probably flexible enough that you fit any of
following categories.
COB'
301 South State St.
No one gets drunk at COSI, four-star res-
taurant of every sorority girl's dreams. You
should get over the overpriced sandwiches
and move to the overpriced Long Island iced
teas (the bartender/manager calls them "the
best Long Island you'll ever have").

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