Hours: Lunch, Dinner & Sun. Brunch
Moe’s Crosstown Tavern has one of the most loyal followings of any dive bar in town. It’s also one of the few you’ll find with a packed house at lunch and dinner and on gameday. There for lunch? Bypass the gut-busting burgers and try a wrap. The Bronco, chicken caesar, and buffalo shrimp wraps are all solid picks. Dinnertime? Now it’s time for a burger. Stop in on Tuesday and you’ll pay half-price for any of the cooked-to-order options, like the Eye Opener (bacon, cheddar, fried egg), and the BLT, complete with a crispy fried tomato. 30 minutes to kick-off? No need to crack a menu, just order a few cold ones and some of the best wings in town. We swear by the crispy lemon pepper, but you can’t go wrong with the hot teriyaki or hot honey mustard. Get there early for Sunday brunch and fill up on drunken French toast or crab cake benedict, and be sure to check for the pancake of the day. —Sam Spence Dish (Winter 2015)
A true local watering hole. Great burgers, wings, and hand-cut French fries. Voted Best Neighborhood Bar and Best Pub Food by CP readers.
• $1.75 PBR, $3 house liquors, $1 off all 12 draft handles, $2.50 domestics, $3 glasses of wine, $5 app specials.
Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, 4 pm-7 pm