November 30th, 1999 12:00 am Ryan Fleming | Food Reviews & Stories

Drink 2009


With its covered patio packed with smokers and worn booths full of boozing regulars, the tropical diner-ish Florida Room is North Killingsworth’s dive-away-from-home. The well drinks are stiff and the friendly staff’s Sunday “Church of the Bloody Mary” brunch (11 am-4 pm), complete with biscuits and gravy, eight kinds of Marys and David Bowie on the speakers, is righteously packed. A full poolroom in back boasts Sopranos pinball and a photo booth ($3), but the real draw here is cheap pub grub (corndogs, tots, deep fried avocado) and can after can of $1 Old German.
What to drink: Ginger-infused bourbon and orange-spiced tea Cure All, $6; Old Germans.
Happy hour: Free pool, 50 cents off draft beers and well drinks, $2.75 food menu 3-7 pm daily. Happy-hour pricing anytime for service-industry workers—show OLCC card or food handler’s permit.
Entertainment: TV, pool, pinball, photo booth.

  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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