Locals flock here more for convivial atmosphere and easy-on-the-budget prices than for creative cuisine. An in-town favorite since 1976, the Press Room boasts that it was the first place in the area to serve Guinness beer, so it’s appropriate that the place has a rustic, vaguely Gaelic charm. On cool days, a fire burns in the woodstove, and drinkers flex their elbows throwing darts in an atmosphere of brick walls, pine floors, and heavy wooden beams. Choose from a bar menu of inexpensive selections, such as burgers, fish and chips, and tacos. The jazz here is justifiably popular among locals.