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At this downtown watering hole, drinkers have plenty of options, thanks to the more than 65 whiskies and 100-plus beers on offer. The menu of Irish pub grub is just as expansive. Take burgers, for instance: Stout FiDi not only offers mini cheeseburgers ($12) and a house burger ($13), but also more unusual options like a bratwurst burger with sauerkraut, red cabbage and spicy mustard ($15) and a crab and rock shrimp burger on a pretzel bun ($17). If you don’t want a burger, the traditional shepherd’s pie ($16) or fish and chips ($18) might tempt you. You can even customize your own “Wisconsin–style” pizza ($11, plus additional fees for toppings) or try one of the bar’s inventive pies, like the reuben or burger pizzas (both $13 for a small, $18 for a large). The menu includes a wide variety of snacks for sharing, like the buffalo-style fried calamari and mushroom-short rib empanadas (both $14).