→ AFTER WERKPunny, jokey names are a dive staple, and this place checks that box. → LIBERTY INN It’s hard to miss this friendly roadhouse at the corner of Yankee Road and Princeton Road—the name of the place is painted right across its blue front in white letters. So go ahead and get that rosé you have no clue how to pronounce (like the Saint Roch Les Vignes).(It’s at the southwest corner of Glenmore and Werk—get it? No hairy eyeball here—everyone welcomed us in and chatted us up. When To Go: Happy hour (3–7 p.m., Mon–Fri) means a red or white. Who’s There: OTR patrons who prefer sanity to, you know, the Pedal Wagon.Grab any bottle from upstairs ( corkage) or order by the glass, but get the s’mores: they’re served with a mini fire pit for tabletop marshmallow roasting.
→ PROHIBITION BOURBON BAR Like moths to a flame, bourbon lovers will be drawn to the backlit bar, visible from the street behind a glass garage door.
The courtyard fire pit is the perfect place to meet your partner in crime.
The Lounge is the place to hang before and after you hear something in the big room.
It’s got the stank of cigarettes and the crank of people arguing about who really carries on Hank’s legacy or when exactly Metallica jumped the shark.
) On our visit, the bartender handed us a basket of peanut-butter filled pretzels, winning the prize for best bar snack ever. We spotted a Local 392 T-shirt (that’s plumbers, pipefitters, and mechanical equipment services). → THE CELLAR AT OAKLEY WINES Around the corner from Habits Café sits Oakley Wines, and down the interior staircase: a basement renovated into a full bar.