What's Your Craziest Cleveland Bar Story?

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Nights on the town here in Cleveland can get pretty goddamn rowdy. Simple excursions to the bowels of West 6th Street can end up as depraved, acid-bleached odysseys into the salt mines below Lake Erie.

However your nights end up, you've probably got at least a handful of wild stories from your filth-ridden past. Tall tales and bourbon-drenched myths of magnificent proportions. Inklings of a novella illuminating your boozy history.

We want 'em.

Scene is publishing its annual Bar Guide later this month. We'll run the best - craziest, nuttiest, booziest - stories that week in print and online.

Roll out your inner Bukowski and email your balls-to-the-wall stories to news@clevescene.com by July 10. Try to keep 'em under, say, 500 words.

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