Named for the "Order of Odd Fellows" that occupied the space in 1925, Odd Bar's a less stuffy re-imagining of Eventide's first floor, with LCD TVs, hightop tables & leather pincushion chairs, and an illuminated sign of the "all-seeing eye", which immediately rolls when you tell people of course you washed your hands.
Since a good changeup works best alongside a quality slider, they've got those, specifically the kind with Carolina pork, mustard BBQ, and pickled country slaw, as well as other new eats like a teres major steak w/ herb butter & jus, and, for the aquatically minded: Virginia "Sea Bream", even though first baseman Sid didn't throw changeups or sliders.
They've also installed a new four-tap system (including Dogfish 60 Minute and Star Hill Jomo), which'll pump $3 mugs at a happy hour that'll also serve $5 chicken wings, and a $5.50 "Bartender's choice cocktail". Currently it's "the Bronx" (gin, sweet vermouth, oj, and lemon peel), which was ranked #3 in 1934's most famous cocktail competition, Slippery Nipples having not been invented until 1935.
And should you want to enjoy a light nosh while listening to their bartender make up facts about 1934, there are also bar bites like salt cod fritters w/ harissa-spiked tomato jam, flash-fried (but still soft!) pretzels, and brown butter-roasted bar nuts, which you shouldn't share with anyone who may not have washed their hands after handling their own.