You'll start picturing the inside of this Division Street dive from the sidewalk, where a chalkboard advertising skee ball sits below primer-gray wood siding that's lined to accentuate the building's boxiness. Inside, yup, it's what you pictured. A cozy front bar crammed with bar stools and a Camel machine opens into a Scooby Doo ghost arcade of forlorn pinball cabinets (Congo, Addams Family), a pupil-busting new Big Buck HD and two skee-ball lanes. In the back, three men sit on green pleather office chairs that Gordon Gekko might have sat on in 1987 (and passed down to his assistant in 1989) watching college football. There's a jukebox with a "No Music During the Games" sign stuck to it. The clinging, clanging skee-ball lanes also appear annoying, but these guys aren't the type to complain. The board is smooth and in solid working order, there's plenty of room to throw or drunkenly make out against a pinball machine. Yup, this is pretty much the best bar skee-ball experience in town.
Happy hour: 4-7 pm. $2.50 wells, $2 domestics, $3 craft. Food specials.
Entertainment: Much pinball, much lottery, a juke, Big Buck, and oh yes, skee ball.