The decor at this old favorite hasnat changed since 1932, but that doesnat stop the young hipster crowd from frequenting for $2.50 beers and a crack at the indie- and country-heavy jukebox. (Well, there's one thing at O'Connor's that actually sees a little rotation.) Order off the strict menu of bottled Bud, Heineken, and Guinness, and you've come to the wrong place. O'Connor's is about keeping it simpleacrusty worn booths, funky bathrooms and all.
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