From the pork belly sliders, pastrami sandwich, and fried chicken, it's clear this is no vegetarian joint. This eclectic neighborhood gastropub with stuffed ducks on the walls draws a young crowd more hipster than hippie with its menu featuring farm-to-table fare and 20 craft beers on tap daily. Highlights include the mussels, a gouda-topped Angus beef burger, and duck-fat fries with garlic aioli. While quaffing a craft brew, try bacon lollipops or braised pork belly on a stick. Sunday brunch is fun and casual with $5 drink specials and comfort food offerings like biscuits and gravy and shaved bacon Benedict. So is happy hour when select craft beers are $3.