Food & Drink

Sports, games, beers, sandwiches

Opened by a Seattle bar-vet in the former Acorn spot, this 60-seat polished-metal-heavy sports drinkery is equipped with shuffleboard and pool tables, a slew of flat screens (including one on the 30-seat patio), and an over-sized fish-hook-shaped bar. The menu boasts a bunch of brews and specialty 'tails, plus apps (amber & stout beer battered Black & Tan Onion Rings), entrees (deep fried Fish Tacos w/ spicy chipotle slaw), and sandwiches like the Clubhouse which includes bacon, turkey, ham & swiss, but never icky, cootie-infested Susie Derkins. Gross.