Fort Smith, AR
I've been to Roe Restaurant and Prive Bar twice, once before and after the renovation.  This review is strictly on my trip after the renovation which... (more)
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by Jeremy Delpino
Ole's Tavern
Weiser, ID
I've been to Continental Midtown for happy hour four times now, and each time I love it more and more. For being a usually pricey place, they have a... (more)
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by Katie R.
Klamath Falls, OR
I'm a fan of this place before midnight. This place is really only enjoyable if you have a table, so if you plan to stay here all night long make a... (more)
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by Trinity Arslanian
Club Topaze
Detroit, MI
I love Micky's, it's nice and clean, and there's always cute boys there.... (more)
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by Katina Thomason
Mobile, AL
Pretty solid lounge scene here. Nice and dark, bar in the back and seats toward the front. It reminds me a bit of Angel's Share with the layout but... (more)
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by Gloria C.
Club Bar
Baltimore, MD
My expectations weren't as high as my hopes for this place and last night they roundhouse kicked it out of the ballpark. Soft openings in my... (more)
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by Jane K.
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American variety derived from an early 19th century cross, created by Hermann Jaeger of Neosho, Missouri, between the native Vitis Lincecumii and Rupestris species. Played an important role in the development of hybrids because, as a female pollinate, it could be used to produce cross-pollinated seeds between American species and Vinifera, resulting eventually in the disease and pest resistant french-american and rootstock varieties of modern times.
Bronze, self-fertile V.rotundifolia (ie. Muscadine) variety. Very productive, normally ripening in mid-late season when dry-scarred. Reported to be disease resistant.
Reported as thought to be a V.labrusca/riperia variety allegedly derived from a Hartford x Clinton cross in Wisconsin around 1860. Vigorous and productive with excellent cold-hardiness. Fully ripens a little earlier than Concord, although it colors much earlier, to give medium-small size dull-black berries that can produce an indifferent red wine. No other details as yet.
Bronze female pollinate V.rotundifolia (ie. Muscadine) variety. Reported to be of excellent quality, very productive and quite cold hardy. Is claimed to be the latest ripening cultivar of the species, with high (21%) fruit sugar content. Requires wet scar. Recommended as suitable for growth in US deep south
Early variety with moderate vigor growth and yield used for creating red-wines. Reported by some to be a Kuhlmann hybrid closely related to Marechal Foch. Others point to ampelographic differences and regard it as an 'Unknown ID' variety.
Blue-skinned, seeded V.riparia variety recommended as tablegrape. No other details as yet.
Ancient variety, having numerous synonym names, currently restricted to the region north of Balaton, Hungary. Flowers early in season, ripening med/late to produce compact bunches of small berries with greenish skins that gain a yellow tinge when ripe. Very frost sensitive and susceptible to the common mildew diseases. High in acidity, the white wine is mainly used in blends for early consumption but can also age well.
Complex V.rotundifolia (i.e. Muscadine) female pollinate cultivar. Reported as derived from a Higgins x GA 19-11 cross. Recommended for use in the Southern States of the U.S.A as a tablegrape. Not to be confused with a similarly named V.labrusca variety that is reported to be a Concord O.P derived cultivar with the synonym name Big Concord.

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