2251 Old Brick Road, Suite A-100
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"Everybody loves the patio," the hostess Becca says. And even on an evening that looks like rain, she's right. Folks are inside and out, and kind of in-between, using the window bar that serves as a drink pass-through. In addition to the patio, you'll find sports, beer, wings, whiskey, live acoustic music, karaoke and happy-hour specials. Keagan's does a little of everything you'll find at other such pubs "but better," manager Brandon Burcham says. There are three big rooms, smoking and nonsmoking, and a party room that can accommodate up to 200. "It's just a good place to meet up," he says. And despite Keagan's appearance as a national chain in the Short-Pumpy West Broad Village, on the corner of the quirky Aloft hotel building, amid condos, lofts and traffic, it really isn't. It's Virginia-bred, with other locations in Virginia Beach and Norfolk.
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