Bartending Equipment Starkville MS
Rick's Cafe - Now you have your cake and eat it too. Rick's Cafe, located at [Address], is a hybrid of both trendy-club and swank-lounge. Get there early and stay late; it's the kind of place where you can have an amazing drinks and then stay for the nightlife.
West Point, MS
Club Vegas - So you want to get a table? Be prepared to shell out some cash. Club Vegas caters to the upscale crowd so you better make sure you're ready to roll.
Other, American/Family, Mexican/Southwest, Sports Bars/Pubs, vegetarian
Betty's Rendevous - Known for its simple décor and good drinks, Betty's Rendevous is located at [Address]. Just make sure you dress up a little, as it's not quite the frat bar you're used to from college.
Sticks - Want to throw a huge party with 300 of your closest friends? Sticks is probably not the place to do it. But if you're interested in grabbing a quick drink and possibly some bar food, Sticks is more than able to oblige.
West Point, MS
Building - So it's midnight. You're still feeling it. You're still buzzed. Why go home? You don't have to. Building, located at [Address], is open well after normal closing-time, so you can keep the vibe going until it's scandalously past your bedtime.
Pass Christian, MS
Mallini's Point Lounge - Dress up. Mallini's Point Lounge isn't necessarily "formal," per se, but it's sexy and sleek; this is the kind of place where if you're dressed like a tool, you'll stick out like a sore thumb. (Probably more than a sore thumb, actually-those don't really stand out when you think about it). The point is: it's a solid place. Bring your A-game.
Ducks Hide Away Lounge - If you have to work the next morning, we bet a thousand bucks you're going to call in sick. That's because Ducks Hide Away Lounge, at [Address], is open all night. So the odds of you getting a good night sleep are closed to zilch - we predict you stumbling home around 8am and flopping into bed, forgetting to brush your teeth. And nothing wrong with that.
Essential Bartending Equipment
By Russ Cobbe