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With delectable craft cocktails and fun elements (like ice-breaker question cards), the chic nightspot is primed for good conversation.

A first taste of Franklin, Delano’s fashionable--and social--lobby lounge

September 9th, 2014

With delectable craft cocktails and fun elements (like ice-breaker question cards), the chic nightspot is primed for good conversation.

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    No matter your preference, you'll find plenty to enjoy here.

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    Twenty taps, changing all the time. How can you stay away?

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    Two happy hours per day? Uh, yes please!

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    It's a great addition to Downtown, and its founders truly think outside the bottle.

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