Looking for a new place to grab a drink? Here is a list of some of the most underrated bars in Poughkeepsie, New York.

Sometimes you don't want to go to a big club. Sometimes you just want to go to a small bar where it really is possible that everyone knows your name. Just how often do people go out to a bar and have a drink or a bite to eat? According to CNBC, we spend a lot of time at local watering holes. The older we get, the less we tend to go out, but millennials reportedly go out to bars at least once a week.

After everything we've been through over the past couple of years, you and your friends could probably use a drink or enjoy a night out on the town or in the city of Poughkeepsie. If you live in Poughkeepsie or plan on visiting the city soon and you need to know what bars to hit up, then be sure to keep scrolling.

The article also showed that millennials like to bar hop. If this is something that you enjoy, then we may have some options for you.

Back in December, we released a list of the 10 best-rated bars in Poughkeepsie. This list is a little bit different, but there is some crossover. The bars in the list below may not be the highest or most rated, but they are beloved by local residents. Are there any more we should add to the list?

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