Around in various incarnations since 1893, this one-room bar was restored to its Victorian-era glory complete with mahogany walls and classic lamp fixtures. The space is a cozy fit, but plenty of red bar stools and five high tables offer ample seating and views of the four TVs, each one tuned to a separate station. Above the long bar, 50 clear mugs hang in columns -- a nice modern touch.
This quintessential neighborhood watering hole offers something every night, from Monday's dart tourney to Tuesday's pub quiz to Thursday's ladies night. World class cocktails include a list of specialty"Elixir" shots (such as Amaretto mixed with Baileys Irish Cream). You'll also find a wide-selection of American and hard-to-find European brews, such as Spaten Pils and Leffe Ales, on draft and in bottles. The daily happy hour from 3-8pm packs'em in, and Mission bar hoppers fill up the joint on weekends.