Longbranch Inn has been a staple since long before the East Side was a trend. Its interior, old and established, is anchored by a solid oak bar where bar raising and hell closing have been the name of the game since it was founded in the 1930s.
You might catch live music on occasion, but the real focus here is on cocktails and conversation. Need fuel for the conversation fire? Step out to the side patio, a prime spot for authentic neighborhood people-watching, especially before the sun goes down.