There's pizza. There's whiskey. There's stuffed tater tots. There's a rustic wood and exposed brick interior.
Tonight's the big night for Old Fifth—the grand opening. When you step inside, one of the most noticeable design elements is the preserved history that's incorporated into the space. For example, a century-old prohibition-era fire door was salvaged, becoming a key piece. Wood blocks were transformed into tables in the front lounge.
In the rear, modern elements are more present. Flat-screen TV's surrounded by wood frames line the brick walls. Plush booths face the whiskey-stocked bar. Communal tables line the back wall. See it for yourself tonight.
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