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Where to imbibe and where to shake your booty

Where to imbibe and where to shake your booty

How can my friends and I bar hop without hopping in and out of the car?

That’s easy. You need a guide.

What follows are seven fantastic neighborhoods that offer walkable (or crawlable) distances between bars—plus suggestions for tackling each one.

Circuit A: Hillsboro Village

You can find Commodores and Bruins battling for barstools most nights on this lively stretch of pubs and restaurants along 21st Avenue. Start your jaunt through the Village at Boscos for a local brew and then continue a few doors down to Sam’s Sports Bar and Grill, which is standing room only on two-for-Tuesdays. A short jaywalk across 21st leads you to Jackson’s comfortable parking-lot-in-disguise patio, or you can venture a few yards down Belcourt Avenue to Easy’s in the Village. Further down 21st puts the avid sports fan through the doors of Sportsman’s Grill for cold beers (also 2-for-1 on Tuesdays). But take note: All good nights out in the Village usually end at The Villager Tavern, famous for its darts, po’ boys, smoke, dedicated local clientele and wall-to-wall snapshots of college years past.

Circuit B: Elliston Place

The Elliston Place Krispy Kreme lights up its “Hot Doughnuts” sign at 5:30 a.m. Your goal is to begin at 9 p.m., forgo sleep and be there when the doors open. The method is simple: Start on the Centennial Park side of Elliston with beers and a cheeseburger on French bread at Rotier’s and work your way down the street. You’ll pass by Tower Records, opting instead for raucous, live rock

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