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Truck

(47 Ratings)
Casual neighborhood bar
Opened by bartenders from Moby Dick, Daddy's (now 440) and Whiskey Lounge, this casual bar offers a good time and a full bar menu (ask about the cheese balls).


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Reviews

Rychris
Rychris
4 months ago

closed

Closed


garamond
garamond
Over a year ago

Go for their pop-up dinners!


JoeFuentes
JoeFuentes
Over a year ago

hot hot hot

Great neighborhood vibe. Fun place to chill and take it all in.


loves2play
loves2play
Over a year ago

HOTT

DRAINED


noraasllim
noraasllim
Over a year ago

Friendly!

I always feel at home here. Great people watching, friendliest bar staff, just don't bring your homegirl on Tuesday night. It gets a little blue.


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