A steady stream of regulars come and go at Milo's Sports Tavern, where people are friendly and the server, who also acts as bartender and hostess, greets you by name. Milo's is a neighborhood sports joint with comfortable leather seats at the bar meant for sitting in for a while. Though not a very big space, the tavern makes great use of what's available. More than twenty flat-screen TVs line the top of the walls around the entire restaurant, with four more on the smoking patio, and there are more neon beer signs than beers on tap. The kitchen stays open until 1 a.m., so you can soak up the bargain booze with some mac-and-cheese or any number of other sports-bar food staples.
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