On a chill evening a group of friends invited me to Liberty for food, drinks, and conversation. After finding a parking spot I made my way towards the front door which faces N. Monroe Street and is marked by a large black and white overhead sign.
A much appreciated warm blast of air greeted me as I opened the door . The bar and restaurant was minimally furnished. A lighted sign or Lady Liberty provided a splash of color. Two long highly polished wooden bars formed a right angle and were manned by bearded bartenders. From our table I watched as the bartenders muddled various ingredients and assembled cocktails with flair and precision. My friend Abe enjoyed a local beer brewed by Proof while I looked over the menu. For more on Liberty read the full review on Tallahassee.com.
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