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Poker, Pool and Cheap Booze at LP ‘n Harmony

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LP and Harmony has everything a good bar needs, and then some. Not only do they have a good jukebox, two nice pool tables and cheap booze, but they also have a backyard and poker tables. On Fridays poker is played throughout the day with a $40 buy in, and from Sunday through Wednesday they have APA pool league games starting at 7pm. For those of you looking to join a pool league, or who are looking for a good bar to play poker at – this is your spot.

Booze is of course cheap: PBR and a shot goes for $5, well drinks go for $6 and you can’t get anything over $9. The bar is covered in a clear plastic that showcases a classic record collection under it (Hints LP ‘n Harmony), and all the beers are kept ice cold in clawfoot bathtubs behind the bar. There is no other place with this mix of serious gaming, funky decor and cheap booze that I know of.

So, if any of you broke-asses are looking for a place where you can gamble away your last 40 bucks, shoot pool with good amateur players, listen to an awesome jukebox or just sit and relax with some cheap drinks – then LP ‘n Harmony is for you.

LP & Harmony
683 Grand St. (between Manhattan Ave. and Graham Ave.)

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Bobby Rich - Affordable Aficionado

Bobby dropped out of college at the age of 20, said goodbye to his papaw in the small town of Copper Hill, GA, and went to India, where he studied professional pauperism in ashrams and taught English to children. From New Delhi he flew to London, where emigration considered him a "vagabond with no roots to return to", and he was put on the first plane back to America. After finding himself in the freezing snows of Chicago, some guy at a bar offered him a job transporting a car to NYC, where he is currently stuck in Ridgewood, Queens. His travel website The Music Underground has helped many find the obscure in foreign lands.