Cyclists, families, and sightseers pack into this brick building, which was used to store munitions during the Revolutionary War. Wood floors and blackboard menus add a touch of nostalgia, but the extensive menu includes many modern hits. Breakfast offerings include a quiche and breakfast sandwich of the day. At lunch, the grilled panini are excellent; they also serve flatbread pizza and pub fare. At night heartier offerings dominate the menu, including baked lobster mac
and cheese, scallop and shrimp risotto, and a Yankee pot roast dinner. There's a full bar, live music five nights a week, and in summer the small alley outside leads to a counter that serves ice cream. It's open late on Friday and Saturday nights.