What’s Your Favorite Bar Snack?

Most bar foods are fried ephemera, but the Scotch Egg at Cornish Pasty Co. will provide some ballast for your booze. A hard-boiled egg wrapped in ground sausage, rolled in breadcrumbs and spices, then deep-fried, itís a delicious taste break that will fortify you through several pints. –Lissa Townsend Rodgers, editor at large

Public School’s Buffalo Cauliflower! Other places try to do it, but Public School has the recipe on lock! –Adam Christopher Smith, production coordinator,
Life Is Beautiful Festival

The Mac and Cheese balls at Park on Fremont speak to my cheese-starved soul. Theyíre well-breaded, crunchy and stuffed with melty goodness. Excellent for happy hour! –Amber Sampson, web editor

Rebar’s vegan dog on a pretzel bun along with a $3 Rolling Rock! –Kris Kass, social media manager

Steiner’s “Brew City” french fries! Drunk or sober, these are the best fries in town. They are freaking beer battered and fried to perfection! And I’m a self-appointed french fry connoisseur, so I know exactly what I’m talking about. –Jordan Bruy, special projects coordinator

I love going to Shakespeare’s Grille & Pub‘s Wednesday-night trivia. I’ve never been on the winning team, but the poutine is reason enough to drive out to this Henderson watering hole. –Shannon Miller, editorial assistant

The booze-soaked fruit from a Fink Bomb at Frankie’s Tiki Room. It’s healthy, and it will help you get drunker. –Jimmy Bearse, advertising manager

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