Morse Cleaver’s Dive Bar Review: Banana’s Bar & Grill

Tuesday nights have proven to be an interesting night of drinking. There aren’t crowds of hipsters and club kids getting hammered in parking lots before they get into the bar. That sort of activity mainly takes place downtown, so believe that the bars in the outskirts can have this sort of ghost town appeal to them.
Bananas Bar & Grill of Raymond Avenue had this appeal as there were only three people including a bartender when we first entered. Domestic pitchers only costed $8 and are served with dainty little eight ounce glasses, even though you can opt for a mug instead. Shots of Jager were only $5 which makes them cheaper than any of the bars in downtown. They have three pool tables and two dart boards, but the group ended up making friends with the bartender and we got a free Bomb Pop shot out of the deal. Oddly Bananas even has their very own lime tree. Despite the amazing hospitality, our attention spans shrunk and we eventually retreated across the street to House of Eden. The cover was $5, but domestic draft pints were only $2. Bringing friendly girls is highly recommended. They’ll get phone numbers while you pick up your jaw.

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