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That has been the question asked for at least 50 years on the sign outside and on the T-shirts they sell inside. This is a real dive bar but in a good way. I would not eat anything there and I’m not sure they have...More
It’s an average bar. Great live music. Not one I’d frequent. Very diverse crowd from young to older. Dirty bathroom. I’d say if you’re a woman go with someone and not alone ... a ton of creepers and panhandlers hang out here. Both times I’ve...More
Great bar with cheep drinks and dive bar atmosphere. But the best thing about it is the great live Jazz music.
Reminds me of old time jazz clubs on bourbon street in New Orleans or in New York, Dick's Den is the closest thing to...More
Recently, after having dinner at The Blue Danube restaurant on the OSU campus, we decided to have a post-prandial apatif. We strolled a few steps down High St. to Dick's Den. I admit our group did not frequent the place in the late 60's-early 70's....More
Dick's, has staying power; it's been around since the 1960's. Part bar and small nightclub, it's described as a "dive" probably because there is nothing bright, shiny & new here. Well, maybe the "new" customer who wanders in for the first time.
For the uninitiated,...More
This place is an institution, and I am so grateful for it.
I have been here many times. Obviously, I love jazz and they get all the big local names visiting. Drinks are dirt cheap, as is the cover. Service is extremely friendly. And the...More