An oldie but a goodie (founded in 1958), this Scottish pub has the finest selection of single-malt scotches in the city as well as a number of unusual British ales on tap. Beloved of ex-pats (and Britophiles), the decor is filled with U.K. brit-a-brac, and the bar menu, naturally, includes fish and chips. Enjoy a pool table, a smoking room with an old piano, large wooden booths, and a balcony area that’s great for people watching. Friday and Saturday nights, this divey, no-fuss pub hosts DJs and the crowd gets younger and more rowdy.
- Erika Lennert