CitySearch Editorial Review

With comfortable outdoor seating and homey wooden interior, this dive on the outskirts of downtown creates a neighborhood atmosphere.

In Short
In the glow of wood-burning cauldrons and colorful lights draped over the de-barbed-wire fence, patrons relax on the porch of this historic-house-turned-bar or at a picnic table on the lawn. A homey aura turns near-nostalgic inside due to vinyl couches, a Pac-Man arcade and antique beer signs. Whether eating a quesadilla at the all-wooden bar, smoking by the fires or listening to live music or DJs, patrons enjoy this down-home alternative to glitzy clubs.

Insider Tips

Save Money
Sunday-Tuesday, enjoy all-day happy hour specials, like $2 wells and domestics. Sundays feature mimosas and margaritas at the same price.

When to Go
With live music playing on the patio, ranging from cover bands to country, Saturday nights at Lee Harvey’s rock.

Street spaces just outside and the lawn across the street, which serves as a lot, are safe and decently lit.

-Aaron Weinstein