The most dangerous part of Neighborly Public House is how easily you can slide from innocent happy hour drinks to all-out dinner. Here, you feel like you’re hanging out at, well, a neighbor’s house. The extremely comfortable seating is designed to make customers feel at ease settling in for a while, snacking on the High End Junk Food menu during Social Hour, which includes oysters Rockefeller. The food is delicious and uncomplicated, with entrees like rotisserie chicken and braised short ribs, but there’s also a surprisingly large seafood selection with some of the city’s best crab cakes. Also, there’s a reason they break out the dessert menu separately on the website. Don’t miss it.