You know how it goes: You imbibe a lot, get tipsy, and then you need something to soak up the booze. So next time you tie one on, make sure you're planted at one of these places so you can sample the menu, too. Here are some of our -- and your -- favorite bar foods.
The cheeseburger and onion rings at Working Man's Friend, 234 N. Belmont Ave. Best burger in the city, bar none... and there are few things better than one accompanied by a cold beer. - Ryan Checkeye
The fried pickles at Scotty's Brewhouse, 1 Virginia Ave. The breading isn't greasy, the pickles are sweet, and when dipped in ranch dressing, they're glorious. - Adrianne Courtney
Fried risotto balls stuffed with mozzarella and peas at Zing, 543 Indiana Ave. - Joe Montgomery
Vegetarian haggis, neeps and tatties at MacNiven's, 339 Massachusetts Ave. Real haggis would never get anywhere near my mouth, but when it's made of legumes and nuts, it's delicious. - Jenny Elig
Pommes frites at Brugge Brasserie, 1011 E. Westfield Blvd. With up to 12 dipping sauces to choose from and some of the best locally brewed beer, you can't go wrong. - Matt Conner
Fried cheese balls, Hilltop Tavern, 6500 E. 10th St. - Matt Gonzales
The world-famous stew at The Mousetrap Bar & Grill, 5565 N. Keystone Ave. -- Thomas Patrick Huston
Grilled PB&J at Locals Only, 2449 E. 56th St. There's another version with mayonnaise and pickles or something crazy like that, but I stick with the classic. - Erik Styles
The bacon cheeseburger at the Alley Cat, 6267 Carrollton Ave., is seriously excellent. - R.J. Wall
Nachos till 3 a.m. at The Brass Ring, 1245 S. Shelby St. (317) 635-7464. - Kyle Ragsdale
Did we miss your favorite bar food spot? Leave a comment to share your picks.