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A five-year anniversary brings high-end scotches and whiskeys

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It’s the Rusty Moose’s five-year anniversary, and to celebrate they’ve opened a swank log cabin lounge, complete with giant wood fireplace. The lounge specializes in exotic alcohol, with high-end scotches and whiskeys. Jesse Witkoe, vice president and general manager, gives the lounge’s staff top marks: “Our mixologists are friendly and educated on the differences between fine whiskeys.”

Along with booze, the Rusty Moose offers a wide selection — dishes like blackened wild salmon and specialty steaks. Their Black Magic 16 oz. ribeye is flame-broiled and served with a gorgonzola cream sauce. Rusty Moose also serve up a huge country-fried steak, joyously seasoned with bacon.

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