2025 N Kilpatrick St., 285-3718, kentonclub.com. 10:30 am-2:30 am daily.

The Schlitz and Miller High Life taps may have been swapped out for 10 Barrel and Ecliptic, but not much has changed since the World Famous Kenton Club's claim to fame: its 1972 appearance in Kansas City Bomber, the duly lost-to-time Raquel Welch roller-derby drama. The elaborate wood paneling, the epic Spanish colonial chandeliers, the original (but now empty) cigarette machine…it's all still happening at this neighborhood nightlife hub, so much as such a thing exists around these parts. Entertainment now runs more toward karaoke, funky garage bands and retro game nights than biker fights and fish stories, but the people-watching is still enjoyable, the pinball is great, and there are few better places in sunny weather than the shaded back patio, just steps away from the Rockin' Cowgirl Tex-Mex food cart yet miles away from the harsh realities of 2015.

Happy hour:
4-6 pm Monday-Friday. $3.50 wells and micros, $1.50 PBR.

Entertainment: Live music, pool, pinball, darts, trivia, TV, patio.