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Non-traditional tacos, fajitas and other Latin-inspired menu items.

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Price: $$-$$$

L Thu.-Sun., D daily.

Bar Details

Opened by the same folks who started Stickyz Rock 'n' Roll Chicken Shack, Revolution has the feel of being the bigger brother of that popular purveyor of live music and fried chicken. In addition to happy hour drinks (4-7 p.m. Mon.-Fri.) there are also specials on small plates, which are half off. There are two bars, one in the big music room and the other in back, where there is a good amount of restaurant seating and a sizable patio. The live music offerings tend toward the rock and country side, but there’s also a regular Salsa dancing night ever Tuesday, with $2 Coronas and tequila bombs.

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• $1 off drinks
   Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 4pm-7pm

Music venue Details

The bigger sister venue to Sticky's, this 550-person capacity room is the largest in the River Market -- and one of the largest in town. It hosts an incredibly diverse array of local, regional and national acts. Times and prices vary. All ages. No smoking.


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