This old tavern is best known for its live bands and its atmospheric courtyard, a great place to unwind after a hard day of sightseeing. The pub building was erected in 1803 by George Keith as a commercial property (the ornate facade on Broad Street was put up in 1877), and though the small, cramped interior features the old wooden bar, exposed beams, and a cluster of oak tables, it’s the outdoor area that really pulls in the locals. Crumbling, ivy-covered brick arches and walls create a series of atmospheric nooks and patios. Live music from local artists is featured most nights of the week. Beers are just $3 during the Monday-to-Friday happy hour (5–8pm). The bar is open Monday to Saturday 11:30am to 2am, and Sunday 11am to 2am.