My husband and I, along with two friends, went to Aladin on a Saturday night for drinks and dancing. Didn't try the food, the atmosphere was nice and it was a very clean building. However, the drinks are outrageously priced. Our tab for 4 beers (we were told $3.25 each) and 4 shots (told they were $10 a piece) came to $70. Well the alcohol tax must be something high because my math tells me that's a total of $55. Either way, the bartender was very rude to my friend because she kissed her husband and he told them in a very nasty way, to get a room!!! After paying my tab, I asked the bartender if I could have some (tap) water. He tried to charge me $3.50 for water! WHAT!?
A favorite spot in town for sandwiches and specialty ice cream, this restaurant provides excellent service and features made to
order menus, including their breakfast items, burgers, and sandwiches.
The Hard Times Cafes are designed to recall a southern depression era chili parlor. Its design is simple and honest,
making use of polished red oak and terra cotta tile. Photographs of day to day western life, circa 1930 ...
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