When The Drop opened earlier this year, it quickly became known for its tasty bruschetta menu. However, considering its Martini Corner location and its occasional jam sessions during the week, it's no surprise that it soon attracted an eclectic crowd. Once described as a punk bar for grown-ups, The Drop channels a laid-back vibe in a chic setting. A chandelier made from wineglasses lights one room, and a video jukebox — which holds about 10,000 clips as diverse as Nancy Sinatra and New Kids on the Block — broadcasts throughout the bar. Throw in an attentive waitstaff, a short list of martinis, a range of wine and one of the biggest beer menus in town, and this Drop is more than a drop in the bucket.