67. Best Bar
69. Best Pickup Bar
The Country Club
With plenty of room to party on its gigantic dance floor, a friendly and professional staff that work hard to keep patrons happy and amazing live music on a regular basis, The Country Club is a fun place to get a great drink with your friends any day of the week. Also, there are pool tables and an array of bands to keep you entertained until the wee hours of the morning. With such a great atmosphere, how could you not find someone to love?
68. Cheapest Place to Get Loaded
Known for its inexpensive draft beers and domestic pitchers, Alley Katz specializes in patrons ready to eat, drink and be merry. As one fan says, it’s probably the only place in town that you can get loaded for less than $20. Just don’t forget to bring along a designated driver or call a cab after a fun night out.
71. Best Karaoke
Downtown’s The Loft is a great place for a live rock show. The Bastard Suns will be there on Friday, October 6, with Smooth and the Bully Boys on October 17 and the Unmentionables on October 23. Weeknights, though, the amateurs have a chance to shine at karaoke which, unsurprisingly, gets a crazier and crazier as the night wears on. So pull up a barstool, order a beer (or a shot of Jagermeister) and try not to laugh too hard. It’s rude and your mother would be ashamed.
72. Best DJ
It’s been quite a year for Mr. Fisher. While settling into his new job as Program Director for HD 98.3, Kris has also been growing his “Life of the Party” mobile DJ business. Since the start of his career working radio gigs in Georgia, Texas and Florida, Kris has managed to rack up over 14 years experience DJing and MCing. A much loved on-air personality, Kris is all about the community, good tunes, his beautiful wife Monica and their family. Our readers probably know him best from his weekly column but you can always catch him on HD 98.3, or book this DJ through his Facebook page.
76. Hottest staff
With the slogan, “Eats. Drinks. Scenic Views,” you can probably guess what keeps loyal customers of Twin Peaks coming back for more. Of course, Twin Peaks offers hearty, made-from-scratch comfort food and draft beer served at a teeth-chattering 29 degrees in a lodge-like atmosphere surrounded by dozens of high-definition flat screen televisions. But most customers can’t forget the very friendly and always attentive “Twin Peaks Girls,” dressed in small plaid tops that, well, let’s just say aren’t meant to keep them warm.