Childhood toys will always hold a special place in your heart, even though that awesome Robin Williams movie came out when you were technically a "young adult". Eat/drink at a joint inspired by toys almost as trippy, at Kaleidoscope.
Owned and chef'd by Nan vet Joey Riley, 'Scope's a warm 'n spacious pub splashed with gold/ red/ brown/ amber hues (to match their beers), from the open kitchen's counter seating to a handmade wooden communal table, at which they're serving seasonal "global comfort food" which, like the joint's namesake toy, is "constantly changing, but always works" -- also a compliment owed to most dancers at The Cheetah. Get your snack on with house-roasted Thai chili cashews & peanuts, duck fat pub fries w/ bacon mayo, or Tillamook pimento cheese w/ piquillo peppers & crackers, while slightly larger apps include Thai-style rare beef w/ bird's eye chilis, Chinese steamed buns w/ pork belly & hoisin, or potstickers with Berkshire pork, which is what Warren Buffett wants to do to Anne Hathaway. Also get your mitts on the grilled cheese & fried egg BLT, the pimento/ slaw/ green tomato chow chow/ bread & butter-pickled "Famous" burger, a ham-hock-sided, skillet-fried chicken breast w/ mac & cheese, or aqua-eats like "Azalea's Famous Whole Sizzling Catfish" w/ pickled ginger, and Georges Bank lemon sole (note the lack of ginger).
A 90-seat patio'll be ready by spring, complete with heated/cooling awnings, and for now, their mostly-craft beer list hits you with six taps (Delirium, Chimay...) plus 35 bottles/cans, from 21st Amendment Brew Free or Die to Mama's Little Yella Pils, which she must not've been taking, considering she let you watch Robin Williams movies.