This bar has stellar food, although it's almost like entering a time-warp. If you can look past the cheesy pull-tabs, 80's hair band music and generally outdated interior - you'll be quickly rewarded with excellent grub and cold beers. The hamburgers are some of the best/biggest on the Eastside, and $1.75 Miller High Lifes come directly from an ice-cold trough of beer. The pizza is homemade as well, and I've never had a bad meal here. The only real cons to this place are the occasional smoky air and overall 80s-esque "cheesiness" factor, but you'll barely notice if you're simply looking for some good food at a good value.