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BEST HIDEOUT DURING THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE 

Twin City Tavern

Critics' Choice

For a couple of years now, the walking dead have staggered and lurched their way into every corner of pop culture, and we're bored with them. Still, we couldn't help noticing the other day that if there was one watering hole in the city that would offer some protection from a zombie invasion, it would be the bunkerlike, almost windowless bar at State Line and Westport Road. Here, a screen door inside the main entrance offers a second layer of security. Few windows mean not as many access points for the undead bastards, and the regulars at this bar known for its sturdy solid-wood booths are fiercely loyal, so you know they'd stand their ground. Even the concrete, slightly raised back patio has an iron railing and feels like perimeter that's easy to guard. We just hope the zombies don't attack this dark, comfy bar during the weekend all-you-can-eat shrimp dinners.

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