Though the railroads created Aberdeen, trains aren’t the draw they once were. Today, arts, music and media attract people to the city’s downtown district. A good example of changing times is Red Rooster, a one-of-a-kind coffee house that’s become a gathering place for everyone — professionals, artists, youth … and also for people with disabilities. Classic diners include the Flame, an old-style steakhouse, and The Circus Sports Bar & Grill, famous for buffalo wings and 20 burgers, including the Clownburger and Lion Tamer. At Slackers, enjoy 100 craft beers (well, not all at once), video game stations, live music and an occasional comedy night.