The Spotted Owl
In Tremont, what was once a Bible factory in the 1800s is now The Spotted Owl, a bar that's both delightfully weird and delightfully blunt. Case in point: The wooden bar is made from the flooring of an old barn, and the tables are made from century-old freezer doors. And there are house rules (women initiate conversation, no using Google to settle arguments, no fighting, no kissing). This isn't the spot to drink beer or wine all night; The Owl's menu shines with its cocktails (particularly the Fish House Punch and the Pomme).