From the kitchen's delicious grub to the quality of cocaine slung by its bathroom attendants, the reasons for falling love with the local bar can vary. Like any relationship, things are great in the beginning. The DJ plays your joint when you need it most, the bartender who gives you your vodka pours an extra beat, and, best of all, you can stumble home during a blackout with relative safety. But after a little employee turnover and new management, your relationship with the neighborhood spot can crumble like the sidewalk underneath CC Sabathia's feet. These are the 10 signs you need to find a new local bar.

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