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60. Hear your next favorite band in a local music venue.

Attend the Find Your Muse open mic night at the Evening Muse to see up-and-coming Charlotte talent as well as a few familiar faces. Sink down into the leather of a Cadillac bench seat while taking in live music at the Chop Shop. Enjoy the new convenience of the bar platform in the main room of the Neighborhood Theatre. Bob your head on the back patio at Jack Beagle's for a night under the stars. And when the vibe calls for something more intimate, get down and dirty in Roux! (at Boudreaux's). Neighborhood Theatre, 511 E. 36th St.,; Evening Muse, 3227 N. Davidson St.,; Chop Shop, 399 E. 35th St.,; Roux, 3306-A N. Davidson St.,; Jack Beagle's, 3213 N. Davidson St.,

61. Taste the best hot dog you've never had.

You've probably eaten a hot dog on a street corner before, but until you've had one of Carlos Diaz's dogs "his way" with Latin relish — tomatoes, peppers, onions, lime juice, cilantro, etc. — you've never really had a hot dog. Weekend nights in front of the Evening Muse.

62. Handle some balls at the Blind Pig.

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