Murray & Mid-Valley 

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Murray & Mid-Valley
Old-town Murray has some of the best and oldest bars you’ll find anywhere in the Salt Lake City Metro area, and more places have opened over the years. No longer is a trip downtown required for a hot night out.

32.4 5 Monkeys
The granite bar and exposed brick of this friendly watering hole give it a hip but casual atmosphere. If you want to avoid the crowds of downtown, this spacious bar will give you and your entourage room to roam. With live music acts every week, free pool and a full food menu, you won’t even be tempted to make the trek downtown. 7 E. 4800 South, Murray, 801-266-1885,

34.7 Leprechaun Inn
Light filters in through stained-glass windows depicting the Emerald Isle, as regulars from the surrounding neighborhood drink frosty pints. With extremely friendly service, Golden Tee golf, 15 high-definition TVs, tasty pub grub, and a solid beer list that includes several local brews, it’s no surprise this bar has been a staple in the area since 1980. 4700 S. 900 East, Salt Lake City, 801-268-3294,

36.5 Barbary Coast Saloon
When arriving at this biker bar, you might feel like you’ve wandered into the pocket of a leather jacket. But once your eyes adjust to the solid-black color scheme, you’ll find a surprisingly friendly bar filled with tall tables and chairs, a jukebox and a fully equipped stage for live music. So, whether you’re a biker or biker wannabe, Barbary Coast is the place to knock one back. 4242 S. State, Murray, 801-265-9889

37.4 Frankie-n-Johnnie’s
With its dimly lit, classic dive-bar atmosphere, Frankie-n-Johnnie’s is the perfect place for your next hipster birthday party. The bartenders are always willing to accommodate karaoke requests for special events, and there’s a big-screen TV and a lot of pool tables to round out your party setup. 3 W. 4800 South, Murray, 801-263-0072

38.7 The Huka Bar & Grill
If the must-have list for your night out includes hookah, a gorgeous staff and a classy, trendy atmosphere, come to The Huka Bar. With a food and drink menu that can only be described as extensive, beautiful décor and a huge variety of hookah flavors, it’s no mystery why the Huka Bar is such a hot spot. 151 E. 6100 South, Murray, 801-281-4852,

42.2 Club 48
Popular with bikers, this low-key hangout features darts, a pool room and arcade games. Settle into one of the many super-comfy booths and bring your appetite, because a rib-eye steak dinner is served every Friday and Saturday. 16 E. 4800 South, Murray, 801-262-7555

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