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166. Square, The: The center of downtown with plenty of drug dealers, mentally unstable residents, over-priced restaurants, and alley...  
167. Greenfield: A debatable subjet lately has been to combine the county name and city name, renaming the city Greenfield.  
168. Downtown: A trendy neighborhood with unique shops, urban lofts, theaters, and several restaurants and bars. The center for S...  
169. South Side: A more suburban part of the city that offers several nice family neighborhoods. The South Side is also home to num...  
170. University Heights: A very family oriented neighborhood with restored historic homes and well-manicured lawns. The center of Universit...  
171. North Town: A dirty side of town where some poor people, that don't work and use food stamps, live. There are also a lot of peo...  
172. Southern Hills: An older, upscale neighborhood with established homes. Home to some of the most prominent families in Springfield.  
173. Tower Club, The: A private, upscale dining facility on the 23rd floor of Hammons Tower. With floor-to-ceiling windows, you can see ...  
174. Springfield Brewing Company: With its in-house brewery, great local performers, and pitcher & and pizza specials, "Brew CO" is the hot spot on S...  
175. Metropolitan Grille: Fine American gourmet on the south-east part of Springfield. Boasts a huge wine selection, and most notable for th...  
176. Nakato: One of the longest running family-owned restaurants in Springfield, Nakato's Japanese Steakhouse is famous for its ...  
177. Gailey's: Drugstore turned breakfast cafĂ©, Gailey's is housed in the historic Seville building downtown. With eclectic dress...  
178. Concrete: Famous, fantastic local indulgence made of frozen custard and other ingredients of your liking--from Ted Drewes  
179. Imos Pizza: Local thin-crust pizza [stl style] chain with a cult-like following for the beloved provel cheese [most people out...  
 
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One of the more unpleasant nicknames for Augusta, Georgia.

"Who dat?" is the shorthand version of a cheer for the New Orleans Saints football team (2009 NFC Champs!). The entire cheer is: "Who dat? Who dat? Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints?" This phrase has been popularized by the New Orleans Saints, especially this year now that our dominant Saints team is hitting it big on the national stage.

The all but defunct annual tradition of U of M students running naked through the streets of Ann Arbor in April after finishing winter semester.

Local jargon for Route 60, a main road connecting Mesa to Phoenix

Means "you should believe me when I say this". May be used at the beginning or end of a sentence. Ex: "Believe you me, Peter, they are up to no good."