6. PRL Euro Cafe
Vowels are in short supply on this Hollywood bar's intercontinental menu. The selection of imports -- particularly from the Eastern Bloc and to a lesser degree, Great Britain -- is so vast, it'll be a bit like reliving your junior spent studying abroad in Warsaw. With prices that undercut the trendier competition, you'll have more room to explore the offerings. A typical night might start with a conversation with a strong Belgian (Delirium Tremens) and finish with a cheeky Brit (Monty Python's Holy Grail Ale). The dark, narrow space is cluttered with strange art, experimental music, and odd people, all of which makes for a helluva fun time.
Not a lot of restaurants can boast that they carry the likes of Dogfish Head's Burton Baton -- a hard-hitting imperial IPA with a 10 percen ABV -- on tap, but that's just one of the out-of-the-ordinary offerings you might find at this trendy Delray Beach haunt. The draft list is home to familiar players like Stone Brewery and Cigar City, but don't be surprised to find left-field choices like the Double Simcoe double IPA from Weyerbacher. The bottle list, meanwhile, sports a healthy variety of Belgians, lagers, stouts, fruity brews, hefeweizens, and even a few Trappist ales. It also doesn't hurt that the food is pretty darned good, with lots of choices that pair nicely with a cold brew.
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