Talk about old school. Jay's Cocktail Lounge has been around since 1955, moving to its current location in 1977. With dark paneling, brickwork, and wrought-iron scrollwork that weaves its way around the bar from the ceiling, the interior of this cash-only dive could have easily doubled as the bar in Quentin Tarantino's Jackie Brown. Low-key locals hang out at leather-edged tables where the clacking of billiard balls, 1950s rock 'n' roll on the jukebox, and the occasional bleeping of the Galaga game compete with the sound of blaring TV sets. The bartenders are both friendly and cool, serving up $2 PBRs and nightly drink deals during Man Night Mondays and Surprise Saturdays. And with a turtle tank, animal rescue fund jar, and a bowl of kibble set out for the stray cat that's been hanging around, Jay's Cocktail Lounge is a classic with a heart of gold.