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June 27th, 2012 12:01 am NORA EILEEN JONES | Bar Reviews

The Crown Room: Chinatown Crown

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On a recent bass-heavy Thursday night at The Crown Room (205 NW 4th Ave., thecrownroom.net), I was able to mingle freely and bro out with a diverse collection of enthusiastic partygoers—most of whom happened to be DJs themselves—gathered in booths and around the periphery of the roomy dance floor. The well-stocked bar, ornamented with a huge glowing bust of Jesus holding what looks like a whiskey sour, had everything short of blender drinks. Cocktails generally run $5, well drinks a little less. Beer-wise, the Crown Room has Deschutes and your typical Milwaukee beers. The club, perhaps best known for its Tuesday dubstep nights, is more relaxed than one might assume, and a “dance-if-you-want-to” vibe prevails. I left with a good buzz, a ringing in my ears and 10 new friends. Not bad for a $5 cover. 
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