Every nook and cranny is fully stocked with rock 'n' roll memorabilia at this downtown tourist attraction/ restaurant. Televisions constantly show music videos from different time periods and blaring rock music emanates from the many speakers. The Hard Rock cafe's food is traditional American fare such as hamburgers, potato skins, salads, sandwiches and huge desserts. There's is a fully stocked bar that is ready to accommodate any drink request. There's also a souvenir shop selling gifts and the once ubiquitous HRC T-shirts. This one is also a good spot to drink and eat out before heading into a concert at the nearby Verizon Wireless Theater, just steps away.
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