From oyster shooters--a raw oyster in a shot of Bloody Mary--to a house tonic, Garage Bar's drink selection is only rivaled by its pizza menu.
Enter whiskey wonderland featuring vintage Kentucky bourbons and old-school arcade games.
Once a church, now beers pour through 26 taps. Grab a seat upstairs in the choir loft where the light streams through original stained glass windows.
The gold-flecked wallpaper and penny-tiled floor define the atmosphere. Expect inventive riffs on pre-Prohibition sippers like the Sidecar, updated with plum, lemongrass, sage shrub, and habanero chile syrup.
Grab a seat at the mahogany bar and order the house cocktail (a classic Old Fashioned). A rolling library ladder accents the cabinets stocked with more than 90 top-shelf bourbons.
Once a firehouse, this redbrick building in the Clifton neighborhood is now home to more than 100 Kentucky whiskeys and an impressive vinyl collection.