This laid-back bar-restaurant has seen several iterations in the last decade but has lately come to emphasize the “bar” part of its identity. As such, the food is pubby and snacky, the menu divided between simple cold dishes and simple hot ones, but the kitchen turns out the best hot dog you’ve had in a while, with house-made sausage and slaw on a potato bun, a perfectly light and crispy fish and chips, deep-fried deviled eggs that have a fan club, and more. Needless to say, the cocktail, wine, and beer lists are thoughtful and ample. If you want to turn an anytime happy hour into a meal you can brag about, this is the place.