I had a great time here. The drinks are reasonably priced. $4 for domestic and about $6 for a pint of microbrew. Very friendly atmosphere. The only thing I didn't like was that smoking is still allowed here.
Clydes used to be a bar for a slightly older crowd, and was the best kept secret. Then, it was discovered by anyone and everyone and since has gone downhill. On an average weekend it's hot and crowded and there's something on the floors that...More
Guys in tank tops (50 degree weather by the way), trash everywhere, no horizontal surface is anything less than adhesive, the courtesy of a mosh pit......a little slice of the worst of Bourbon Street right in downtown Tallahassee.
This bar is an institution in Tally...very popular every evening with FSU, FAMU, and Tallahassee Community College students...very popular with lobbyists and legislators...locally-owned and operated...
Clyde's and Costello's is THE in bar when the legislature is in session during March and April. Located just a half block north of the Capitol on Adams Street, "Clyde's" is a favorite gathering place in the late afternoon for mostly politicians and lobbyists who...More
I've been to Clyde's twice for the evening bar scene and it is great. Once they had live music and once they had a DJ. Lots of fun and the drink prices are great! Young college crowd late in the evening and lots of fun.
One of the few places you can drink and smoke inside, including cigars and pipes. Smells nasty all the time now. It seems dirtier and dingier than ever before. Still the place to see and be seen when networking.