Fantastic tavern

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Old Town has been a tavern since 1867, and the brick walls, wood floor and tin ceiling radiate history. Soak in the old photos and playbills on the walls, order from the reliable menu, and ask your waitperson for a Bell's beer from Kalamazoo -- there's always one on tap. Grab one of the two window tables and people-watch or, if you're part of a big group, pull the tables together in back, under the giant painting of the naked lady.

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