Though it still serves good draft beers, this is primarily a restaurant rather than a pub, established in 1933 just to the west of the Historic District. The menu offers solid American comfort food, from all-beef brown-ale burgers with hand-cut fries to crab stew and rack of lamb. The salad menu is also very extensive, and there is plenty of fresh seafood. You can wash it all down with good old Pabst, Miller, and Dixie lager beers. The atmospheric red-brick building dates from the early 1900s, serving as a speakeasy in the early 1930s, with an interior that looks like a 1950s bar and diner.