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Help--going to "Drink" after Morton's--or where???

SeaSide Tomato Nov 4, 2009 08:53 AM


I'll be attending a birthday dinner at Morton's this Sat. and we are thinking about places to go nearby for drinks and music. My first pick would be Lucky's, but I much prefer their Friday night live music (R&B, Soul, Rock) to their Saturday, late-night dance mix.

I've read all about Drink on CH and it looks like they may not have music--can't really tell--and the website seems to still be just a placeholder. Does Drink have music as well as exceptional drinks? If not, where else would you go--not sure I'm interested in Beehive's reggae on that particular night s and not sure that the Birthday girl-who ultimately will decide- would be interested in Wallys. Truly, the vibe at Lucky's on any given Friday would be perfect--any place you can think of like that?

Many thanks!

  1. jgg13 Nov 4, 2009 09:02 AM

    I've never noticed music at drink, but it is possible they have something quiet on. If that's the sort of vibe you're looking for, drink probably isn't the best choice.

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      bostonbroad Nov 4, 2009 09:04 AM

      They have music on, but it is background. It certainly isn't live.

      1. SeaSide Tomato Nov 4, 2009 05:59 PM

        Thanks jgg13 and Bostonbroad--I feared that would be so. Now I need to find the right venue. We need more like places like Lucky's around!

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        1. re: SeaSide Tomato
          jgg13 Nov 5, 2009 04:38 AM

          Personally I think we need less, but just goes to show - to each their own ;)

          1. re: jgg13
            SeaSide Tomato Nov 5, 2009 06:38 PM

            Gee I haven't been there for a while, but always liked the vibe and drinks on a Friday night--live R&B/soul. Really dislike Sat pm.m dance club vibe. Has it changed?

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