Modeled after the public houses of old, this newer version is known for the intimate atmosphere around its stainless steel bar or semi-private patio. Its A-frame ceiling tops a contemporary interior of exposed wood tables and white walls decorated with family photos. The food menu may be half the size of the drink menu, but with selections like pan-seared scallops with Hampshire bacon and smoked duck with sweet potato hash, you won't feel that anything is lacking. Its version of happy hour, the CHP Social, is from 3-6pm daily, and you can snack on heirloom popcorn cooked in bacon grease while you wait for cocktail made with barrel-aged spirits.