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Best Nightlife 2017 

Best New Bar/Club

Radio Social. 20 Carlson Road. 244-1484; radio-social.com

Runners up: Comedy @ the Carlson | Silk District Pub | WhichCraft Brews

Best Bar for Beer

Tap and Mallet. 381 Gregory Street. 473-0503; tapandmallet.com

Runners up: MacGregor's Grill & Tap Room | The Old Toad | Stoneyard American Beer Hall & Grill | Three Heads Brewing

Best Bar for Wine

Flight Wine Bar. 262 Exchange Boulevard, 360-4180; 836 Long Pond Road, Greet, 417-5332. winebarflight.com

Runners up: Apogee | Solara | Via Girasole

Best Bar for Craft Cocktails

The Revelry. 1290 University Avenue. 340-6454; therevelryroc.com

Runners up: Cheshire | The Daily Refresher | Nox Cocktail Lounge

Best Neighborhood Bar

Lux Lounge. 666 South Avenue. 232-9030; lux666.com

Runners up: Jack Ryan's | Joey's | Marshall Street Bar and Grill

Best Happy Hour

Acme Bar & Pizza. 495 Monroe Avenue. 271-2263; facebook.com/acmebarandpizza

Runners up: Lux Lounge | Marshall Street Bar and Grill | Skylark Lounge

Best Place to Go Dance

Tilt. 444 Central Avenue. 232-8440; facebook.com/tiltnightclub

Runners up: Lux Lounge | Vertex | Vinyl

Best Juke Box

Marge's Lakeside Inn. 4909 Culver Road. 323-1020; margeslakesideinn.com

Runners up: Lux Lounge | Marshall Street Bar and Grill | Skylark Lounge

Best Place to Take a Date

Restaurant Good Luck. 50 Anderson Avenue. 340-6161; restaurantgoodluck.com

Runners up: Cobb's Hill | The Little Theatre | Lux Lounge

Best Place to Meet Singles

Wegmans. Many area locations. wegmans.com

Runners up: City Grill | Restaurant Good Luck | Lux Lounge | Murphy's Law Irish Pub

Best Bartender

Sim Sergent at Lux Lounge. 666 South Avenue. 232-9030; lux666.com

Runners up: Kelley Christensen (B-side) | Donny Clutterbuck (Cure) | Matthew Pawloski (The Daily Refresher)

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