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301 E. 7th St., 704/374-1700,

HOURS: Mon.-Sat. 11 A.M.-2 A.M.; open Sun. during football season

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The Carolina Panthers take the field just a few blocks south of Dixie’s, but this Charlotte bar proudly proclaims itself the Official Home of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The bar opens its doors on Sundays during football season and airs the game on the TVs near the bar. The food is simple, affordable bar fare (nachos, fried pickles, and burgers). During the week there is a dedicated after-work crowd that comes out to unwind. Monday is karaoke night and Wednesdays are reserved for Rock Band. The bar starts filling up on Thursday nights for drink specials and music trivia. Dixie’s is packed on Fridays and Saturdays with a jeans-and-flip-flops crowd that turns every corner of the bar into a dance floor while the DJ plays everything from Alabama to Zeppelin.

Dixie’s Tavern is the unofficial home of the Pittsburgh Steelers and one of the liveliest nightlife venues in Uptown.

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