This eatery tries its damnedest to channel the ’60s as soon as you glide past its innocuous wood-panelled door. There are glass tops on the tables that look naked without an ashtray, a black bear skin and a stuffed marlin lifted from somebody’s rec room, and Louis Prima blaring from the speakers. But once it comes time to sit down, the pretense fades. There are 16 craft beers on tap, the cocktail list is even longer, and what the short wine list lacks in variety it makes up for in value. Crowd People for whom Mad Men became an instruction manual for life Drink to try Respect the room’s retro theme and go for a classic Old-Fashioned Hours 5 pm-midnight.