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January 19th, 2011 KELLY CLARKE | Bar Reviews
 

How The West Was Drunk

     
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The hook for the Landmark Saloon (4847 SE Division St., 894-8132, thelandmarksaloon.com), a newish country-twanged watering hole on Southeast Division, is the soundtrack—owners and local musicians Tim Hawk and Erica Nukaya have filled the chambers of this converted house with the scratchy, careworn voices of Merle Haggard, George Jones and Ernest Tubb. It works. From the Pendleton blankets hanging on the walls and gorgeous split log bar to the barrel tables and Ball jars they serve your drinks in, Landmark is old-timey done right. Now, excuse me, pardner, but I’ve got a High Plains Drifter (tequila spiked with lemon and bitter Aperol and sweetened with agave, $8) coming my way.

 
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