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Khartoum may be the capital of Sudan to some people—OK, let's get real: only geography buffs would know that—but to Campbell drinkers, Khartoum is one of the most inviting local watering holes to plunk your alcohol-loving behind. It's the kind of place where a lovefest unfolds between the bartenders, perfect strangers and you; a gathering spot where straight shooters inclined to order beers and shots rather than froufrou neon cocktails gather—though the bar can procure a mean mixed drink.
Wrapped around the upper walls is a stained glass-mosaic of Khartoum, the capital city of Sudan, Africa and the bar's namesake. Opened in 1973, it's a relaxing place with couches and leather seats. Expect a loud jukebox and/or karaoke on the weekends. Their sister club is Boswell, which opened in 1977.