Green Door Tavern

restaurants / Pub food

Lonely Planet review

The Green Door, tucked in an 1872 building, is your place to mingle with locals over a beer and well-made burgers amid old photos and memorabilia. During Prohibition years, a door painted green meant there was a speakeasy in the basement. It's still there and now holds a small comedy theater. Daily specials provide substantial savings that can be parlayed into additional microbrews.