Forget these Shorty and Wags fellas, this place is known to most simply as the Country Bar, a karaoke-singing, beer-swigging haven for people hiding a tattoo under their long-sleeve button-ups—you know, because they have a little bit of an edge, but not enough edge to let everyone else know they have an edge. There really isn’t much of a “country” component to the Lyn-Lake bar, other than the cowboy silhouette-inspired signage, country-fried foods (trust us, you will smell like you’ve been country fried when you leave), and the fact that the place looks like it was built in 1860. But it’s a solid neighborhood spot with what regulars swear are the best chicken wings around—the secret is in the batter. . .