"You meet the losers in the best bars/You meet the winners in the dives." Neil Young sang those words about his sometime band Crazy Horse, and they ring as true today as they did twentysomething years ago. Take the old Way Out Club, for instance. It was dark, gritty, cramped and packed with drunks and lechers; it featured a Rocky-and-Bullwinkle pinball machine, walls plastered with beer-company promotional signs and old movie posters, a well-stocked bar (serving both beer and whiskey) and an oxygen-to-smoke ratio just this side of black-lung disease. It was a dive of the greatest magnitude, a honky-tonk of... More >>>