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Anodyne Bar Site - Vtg Menu Style

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My second PW site, theanodyne.com, features info for a local bar & pool hall and is designed to look like a vintage menu. They love how easy it is to update the site.

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Definately nice! I'm always amazed with names the brewers come up with.

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Nice. Just the the type has not enough line spacing, it's not readable and hurts my brain. 

body {
    /* line-height: 1; */
}
...much better.

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 Nice site and I rather like the fact that they allow dogs!

Pebbles likes her pub outings - lots of laps to sit on.

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 Nice site and I rather like the fact that they allow dogs!

Yes nice site design. And great they allow dogs, would not go there otherwise... :) Cheers!

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Great design Rosieate,

Just curious.....did you split the beer menu into different fields (1 field = 1 beer) ? 

Any plans to make it responsive?

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