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For one final time in 2020, Neato Burrito/Baby Bar will be serving live music in its New Year’s Eve Time Machine benefit livestream, with proceeds supporting live music and mental health organizations. Led by Norman Robbins and Luis Mota of entertainment management company Palimpsest Group, the four-hour themed benefit begins at 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
The rule written on the mirror behind the counter at the Baby Bar is “No crying.” It’s a rule the bar’s owners are following when dealing with the economic fallout from the closure of their bar and restaurant.
There’s nothing infantile about Baby Bar downtown, as its Happy Hour lineup seven days a week is $3 domestics, $4 draft beer, $4 well drinks, $5 house wines, $5 bartender’s choice and $5 flatbreads. The hideaway bar is cozy and hip, without even trying, and features friendly service and regular live music. Who could ask for anything more?
Baby Bar, known for its gem of a jukebox, all-around scrappiness and hand-written rules, is comforting in its no-nonsense but friendly approach to service. During the past dozen years, this hip but unpretentious downtown dive has established itself as a haven for local artists, musicians and misfits right alongside the likes of regular 9-to-5-ers and the occasional rock star.
Come in from the cold, and try one of these winter warmers because, baby, it’s cold – and dark – outside.
The Baby Bar's Bob Alexander talks about his favorite drink.