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Stop When You're Feeling Dizi

The Boneyard is the downtown spot for "nobodies and new people."

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Daniel Clemens' mission tonight is to make his customers Dizi at the Boneyard. The veteran bartender recommends that his manly customers cop a buzz with a shot and a Miller High Life, while the ladies guzzle the raspberry-flavored Bomb Pop martini. "It looks like an ice-pop," says Clemens, whose speedy service has earned him the nickname of Dizi. "But I can make anything to satisfy anybody's palate." He also wants to clear up a misconception about the bar, which is sometimes mistaken for Snob Central: "Surprisingly, it's the neighborhood joint for downtown, packed with both nobodies and new people," he says. "You know everybody, and everybody knows you. It's basically the Cheers of downtown."
Mondays, 4 p.m.-2:30 a.m., 2006

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