Hard to say whether this shabby-chic tavern is best for eating or drinking. Let's say eating, thanks to its beautifully cooked comfort foods such as duck egg hash for breakfast, wild-boar sloppy joes for lunch, and smoked trout stew with Brie and pickles for dinner. There's a whole menu of small plates and whiskeys too. No reservations.
Luckily, all those whiskeys ensure you can drink well while waiting. Belly up at the bar for a house-curated flight or a flight of your own making. A six-room inn fills the tavern's 2nd floor.