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My Favorite Bar...For Disappearing Into a Dark Corner

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Despite the fact that trying to be sure no one will see you in a room the size of Baby Bar is about as effective as an ostrich burying its head in the sand, its stealthy side entrance, red lighting and limited seating make this bar feel like an exclusive, unreachable (if only briefly) corner of the city. The entire space is decorated with wonderfully peculiar art: stuffed creatures sit on a branch over the jukebox, which has one of the best selections in town; a large white-line drawing of mountains and a naked woman's backside fills a wall above bench seating, where more butts can try to squeeze around the few small, round tables. The bar has something for every thirst, with Rainier as ready as a daiquiri with a raw sugar rim, but if nothing else, be sure to try the Greyhound made with fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice.