Quinn's Tavern
Southington, CT
Line was extremely long for a bar that SUCKS. Doorman was an ass, and the girl collecting entry fees took my friend's $20 and did not give her change... (more)
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by Carly L.
Blue Bonnett Bar
Norman, OK
Visited SF recently and wanted to check this place out based on good Rateclub reviews.  It was really pretty cool. The food is amazing.  Everyone... (more)
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by Cherie Fireman
River Sports & Dance Club
Saco, ME
I came here two Sundays ago at  nite for JAPAN NITE!  The day before at the J-POP summit festival I got to check out Tshimamire, Noodles and Red... (more)
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by Jonathan W.
Brushton Social Club
Pittsburgh, PA
This was by far the best Karaoke experience I've ever had! I had my 30th birithday party and rented their biggest room (seats 50+) for about 3 hours!... (more)
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by Jaime Barkalow
Country Bar & Grill
Plattsmouth, NE
Avoid.  At all costs.  If $15 parking and a rubdown from the security guards isn't enough, overpriced tiny drinks and staredowns from gangster-types,... (more)
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by Jamar Skattebo
Barristers Sports Bar
Newton, NJ
I was on the guest list to see a band play here. I signed in. They made me wait for over 2 HOURS. Then made me still pay $20 to get in. They have no... (more)
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White-wine grape grown in the Bakaa Valley of Lebanon. Claimed by some to be the ancestor of the Chardonnay grape. Used by Chateau Musar as a blending wine with Merwal to create an oaked wine capable of ageing for 5-10 years.
Is reportedly a hybrid created from the cross between a Gamay and American riperia variety. Reported by some to be one of the parents of Marechal Foch. Used to produce a tannic, somewhat rustic red wine with good ageing ability. Quite widely grown in France due to its care-free hardiness.
V. riparia x Gamay Noir variety reported as quite similar to Oberlin 595 above.
V.vinifera variety indigenous to Georgia (CIS), possibly referred to in Homer's writings. Has several synonym names including Svanuri and Mechveliani. Often used to create a semi-sweet varietal red wine (3-5% res. sugar) fermented on filtered 'must' (ie: pulp) after short skin contact.
This 'provenance unknown' grape is reported by some to be a cold-hardy native American labrusca hybrid. Alternatively, Canadian viticulturists believe it to be a V. Berlandieri x V. Riparia cross variety (possibly an imported vine cultivar from the group known under the collective name of Uhudler) normally only used as rootstock: i.e Teleki 8 B developed by the Teleki Research Institute, Hungary. Has synonym name of Inkameep Riesling. Usually ripening around mid-September, it is currently found on small acreages in British Columbia, Canada, the N.W. USA and, possibly, in New Zealand. Known to have no relationship to the german Riesling V. vinifera variety. Berries reported to have a Muscat-like flavor, at around 18 deg. Brix sugar content, which can then degenerate into labrusca-style flavors if allowed to ripen much further. Can be used to produce a bland varietal white-wine best used for blending although some report varietal success with a short (up to 36 hour) skin contact during fermentation.
Red-wine grape grown in Campania, Italy and used in the 'Lachryma Christi del Vesuvio' Neapolitan area red wine blend along with the Piedirosso and Aglianico grapewines.
V.vinifera variety grown in Europe for use as a table/wine grape. Has over 20 synonym names including Diamond Jubilee Grape. No other details as yet.
White-wine cultivar grown in France. Translocated to Australia where it is known under the alias names of Sercial and Irvines White.
Developed in 1908 at the N.Y. Research Station, it is now used sparingly as a white tablegrape because of its strong American labruscana flavor. It in turn was derived from the Winchell and Moore's Diamond cultivars. Its main claim to fame is being one of the parents, the other being Zinfandel, of the Schuyler hybrid cultivar.
a particularly fragrant distillation of orange petals that is used sparingly to accent mixed drinks.
(See Muscat above).
(No information on this grape at present other than it is a white-wine producing variety released by the Geisenheim Research Institute in 1985 and is the result of a Riesling x Silvaner (Gruen) crossing. Has the synonym names Geisenheim 11-34 and Hochkroner).
fruity soft sparkling drinks made with fresh, natural juice.
almond syrup.
Variety derived from a Optima x Seyval Blanc cross. Has synonym name Geilweilerhof GA-58-30. Has achieved some popularity in the United Kingdom as a white wine producer although currently overshadowed by the somewhat similar Phoenix cultivar. Not to be confused with the V.vinifera Orion Gris variety.
Is a mid-to-late September ripening hybrid bunchgrape with moderate resistance to Pierce's Disease. Propagated for use in Florida and the lower Gulf States of the U.S.A as a tablegrape. According to the U. of Florida it requires grafting on Dogridge variety rootstock for good growth and yields under alkaline (7.0 pH) soil conditions or sandy soil. Normally grafting is not required.
White-wine producer variety grown in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. Used to make a light, dry or sweet frizzante wine varietal/blend usually drunk when young. Has several synonym names including Altrugo, Barbesino and Vernesino Bianco.
Cultivar derived from a Beta x Agawam cross. Hardy variety currently used as a tablegrape.
Comparatively rare variety grown in the Veneto region of Italy. Currently used by some producers to create a more traditional blend of the red 'Valpolicella' wine with Corvina etc.
Variety reportedly used to create red wine in Friuli region of Italy.
White-wine creating cultivar developed at the Geisenheim Research Institute resulting from a cross of Riesling x Sylvaner. Has synonym name Geisenheim 9-97. Currently found on limited acreages in the Otago region of the South Island of New Zealand.
Developed Ontario, Canada in 1859, this cultivar is the result of a cross between the Clinton and Black Hamburg varieties. Historically interesting as one of the cultivars widely planted in Europe as replacement for vinifera varieties devastated by the phylloxera crisis in the mid-19th century. Acreages still exist in France where the produce is used to make a white sweet dessert wine.
South African ginger liqueur.
South African peppermint liqueur.
Has synonym name G-1925. Developed by the Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station in 1947. Reported as derived from a Dr. Collier x Sheridan cross. Variety shows similarity to the latter named parent, only ripening earlier, almost with Concord to give large, sweet black-skinned berries that keep well. No other details as yet.

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