Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Best of Extra: 8 other Places to Break Up

Posted By on Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 12:00 PM

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The Power & Light District was the clear choice of readers who voted in the Best Place to Break Up category, which makes sense: In the span of a single night in this packed entertainment district, it's easy to see a number of make-outs

and break-ups -- sometimes from the same

couple. And if you have a breakup in one bar, you can head next door to find a rebound romance.

Looking through the rest of the results, our completely unscientific analysis of overall voting patterns revealed some other intriguing choices. Here, in no particular order, are Pitch readers' strong recommendations for other Best Places to Break Up, along with our theories as to the logic:

Buzzard Beach -- Since you always need an escape plan, the wrap-around deck is the perfect way to blend into the crowd after a break up.


The Riot Room -- It's dimly lit and loud, so people probably won't be able to hear the shouting of your new ex.

Nara -- Sushi always makes for a classy send-off.


Westport Flea Market -- Sleeping in the burger mobile is better than sleeping on a friend's couch.


Tanner's -- The ultimate place to prove you're not too chicken to break up. 

PF Chang's -- The food and service are smooth, even if you can't figure out how to say, "I just want to be friends."


Winstead's -- The tub of ice cream is already there; you just have to insert your spoon.


The Drop -- Get it?  


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