The value of a bar's cleanliness is often overlooked until you walk into a place like the Spot, where the shining liquor bottles and dustless corners pleasantly stick out. The pub's arched and mirrored back bar make the tiny joint look larger than life, and its variety of high-end booze and handful of beers on tap offer something for every drinker. A TV or two hangs inconspicuously from the ceiling, and while this is definitely the place to catch a game, the atmosphere is relatively sports-neutral, welcoming sports fans and non-sports fans alike to come in and kick back. The patio is covered and heated, the staff is top-notch, and the menu aims high above typical bar food, promising the Spot's legacy will continue long past the decade and a half it has already been open.
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