The Half Moon straddles the line between neighborhood bar and dive. It’s dark and just a little grimy, like a dive, with a friendly rapport between the bartenders and customers, like a neighborhood bar. The bar is stocked with regulars whose drinks the bartenders call out as they sit down. We hear the bartender call out, “Crown and Coke?” to one man who nods and settles onto a stool to watch basketball playoffs. The rotating list of drink specials means you can get a drink for $3 or less any night of the week. The abundance of TVs keeps sports fans happy. The pool table, dartboards, and skee-ball table all lend themselves to groups gathered in friendly competition and are good places to meet locals. The Half Moon can get downright rowdy when it is packed, as it often is during football games and weekend nights. Though the bar is spacious, the crowd often overflows into the back courtyard, sipping their $3 Pabst longnecks. Come on a weeknight to drink with regulars and practice your skee-ball technique, all for under $10.
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