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Not all Korean barbecue restaurants are created equal. For those of us searching for superior meat plus charcoal, 678's meat is hard to beat. They take reservations, so make one and save yourself the torture of waiting as the smell of sizzling beef wafts toward your nose like those squiggly cartoon aroma lines. The all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue combo is one of the best meals in town.
Wild Bills

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Wild Bills is a sanctuary for suburban cowpokes in search of line-dancing, fight nights, and concerts from such country and western stars as Pat Green and Miranda Lambert. The staff even takes down the mechanical bull for fight nights, and the venue has hosted concerts by the likes of Foreigner and Skid Row. If you’re nostalgic for the era of stone-washed jeans and ladies with bangs teased to the ceiling, welcome home.

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Poona Indian Restaurant

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Indian restaurant serving buffet daily, for lunch and dinner. Great selection of desserts.
Ming's Bar B Q - Duluth

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Since the restaurant specializes in barbecue, it's the focal point of many dishes. Glistening mounds of young chow fried rice reveal chunks of honey-barbecued pork, juicy baby shrimp, peas, carrots, flurry scrambled egg and chewy Chinese sausage. Don't miss the soy sauce chicken, which comes with a tiny dish of sauce that oddly resembles chimichurri except it's made with ginger and green onion.

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Sweetwater Bar and Grill

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Darts, billiards, cheap drinks, and live music is what you'll find in this hole-in-the-wall spot.

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Formerly known as Club Santa Fe, this Latino nightclub is housed inside the Santa Fe Shopping Center.

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Red Clay Music Foundry

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This 260-seat theater hosts a variety of musical acts. Acoustic music and singer/songwriter material is the venue's forte, but the format is open, and the emphasis is always on hosting an immersive, real-world musical experience.

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You can order chili ($1.49). Chicken wings, too (10 for $4.95). Even a hamburger ($2.75) or a BLT ($1.75). Or the fried catfish specials ($4.99 with two sides). The real surprise: The pork barbecue isn't the best thing here -- the beef barbecue is. Its flavor is deep and dense, with a hauntingly smoky sweetness that lingers in the mouth. A twinge of this quality is present in the Brunswick stew, too, with its chunks of potato and tomato and kernels of corn. The barbecue chicken sandwich is better than any other I've ever had.

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