This former speakeasy has been serving hungry locals since 1933. The back dining rooms are covered in historic newspaper clippings and local ephemera, while those around the bar maintains several of the original highback booths. As you can tell from the decor, this place is a landmark—and that goes for the menu, too. Anyone craving the basics heads here for delicious burgers, wings, and sandwiches. Be sure to try the creamy she-crab soup—it's not diet-friendly, but
is well worth the indulgence. The homemade potato chips are an institution and the shrimp salad is some of the best you'll ever have.