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Freakin' Frog

I love hanging out at the Freakin' Frog! They have many selections of beers to choose from, good ol' greasy bar food, and great live music playing there like this band, Seven Car Pileup:

Men and beers:

I wanted to see how freakin' hot J'Lyn's Lucifer Burger was since it was eye catching on the menu:

They put a shitload of hot sauce in the burger!! I'm glad I have a pretty decent tolerance of eating hot and spicy food. This only burned my mouth about 5 minutes with every bite! I should have asked what brand of hot sauce they put! I loved how the bacon strips accented the burger because it's sweetness counteracted with the burger's spiciness:

This was Megan's nice, dark beer. The glass and design reminded me of what a king would drink:

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