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Best Bar for Under 30

The Wurst Bar

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705 W. Cross St., Ypsilanti; 743-485-6720; wurstbarypsi.com. 

When someone says that a bar's a "total sausage-fest" the allusion is to an establishment where horned-up young dudes go to unfurl sexual exploits over beers the size of their biceps (or so they'd like to think) and take turns hitting on the handful of women who either work there or mistakenly stumbled inside. The Wurst Bar, albeit a total sausage fest, is not this kind of bar. Nay, this is where thirsty, hungry twentysomethings go to drink cheap beer and indulge in gourmet burgers and sausages, such as the rabbit-chicken-and-fig sausage, the rattlesnake-and-chorizo sausage and the uncased alligator-and-crawfish sausage. If you like meat, not meatheads, this is your bar.

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