Will they? Like, literally?
6. Take the 10-minute ride on the South Ferry to Sag Harbor - $14 for car and driver each way. 8. Drive or bike six miles
Juarez, Mexico use to be pretty raunchy. When we began going at 17 or 18 years old, the main strip (Juarez Avenue) was made up of bar after bar; it was a 3 lane, one-way street lined on both sides with flashing neon signs and rhythmic beating from speakers pointed out to the street.
The down-and-dirty criteria for a true dive varies, but the sense of ease you feel when you enter is universal.
These bars may not have phones, websites or even taps, and their floors may not have seen the business end of a mop in decades. That's what makes them memorable. The cheap drinks, crotchety bartenders and crusty regulars found in dives like these are the reason they stubbornly linger as legends.
You walk into the place and somehow just feel at home. It's a dive bar for sure -- stickers cover the wall behind the beer taps and bric-a-brac is everywhere -- but for some reason you can easily spend an entire day here.
17. And, finally, they serve food that isn't fried, pickled or a bowl full of mixed nuts. You think your favorite bar is
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