Like a smaller country cousin to the Horse Brass, Moon & Sixpence is as authentic a British pub as you can get: The wooden interior feels like an 18th-century carriage drivers’ tavern, stains linger from smokier days, darts are king and rounds are delivered by appropriately crotchety servers. There’s a bevy of local brews on tap and a well-stocked selection of whiskey from the U.S. and across the pond. Hell, the place even serves rarebit ($3.50), a Welsh treat, and cottage pie ($7.95), as much marks of authenticity as a head-butt from a Manchester United fan. AP KRYZA.
What to drink: Any of the fine whisk(e)y selections, $5-$15.
Entertainment: Darts, outdoor seating, live music.