If some deranged clown ever got it into his head to blow up his funhouse and turn it into a bar, the results might look something like Fred P. Otts. And thats not a bad thing. Pinball tables hang from the walls, Tiffany lamps (okay, replicas) light the tables, a carnival rocket car dangles from the ceiling, and a Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga machine tempts all comers. For a mish-mash of bric-a-brac, it works in a way that must give Applebees wet dreams. Populated by regulars for most of the week, the crowd expands for 35 cent wings on Wednesdays and karaoke on Friday nights. Hipster types will favor Mondays and the $1.25 PBR pints.
Random memorabilia clutters the walls at this comfortable, well-worn bar and restarautn, a pinball machine is suspended from the ceiling over the bar, and theres plenty of cozy booth space. This hidden-away hangouts menu features daily food and drink specials and is heavy on the heavy, so dont go looking for salads or diet-savers. Instead go for wings, a giant, sloppy burger, or a sandwich piled high with bacon.
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards
Parking: Free, Lot Available
Reservations: Not Accepted
Sat., Dec. 31, 9 p.m. 2011