My Ole Man's Restaurant & Lounge has stood tall amid the quarter-century of rapid development in the Northwest Valley - and there's lots of vintage action on display in the bar to prove it. Many of the signs and fixtures date back to M.O.M.'s opening 25 years ago, giving the spacious room a comfy, lived-in quality lacking at a lot of watering holes. Knickknacks and photos give an endearing sense of clutter to the wood paneling behind the horseshoe-shaped bar, and the clientele can be just as dedicated to the old school as the bar's titular 'ole man. Even if you're the only one in the bar whose T-shirt doesn't have its sleeves rolled up, you'll likely get a slap on the back from a regular if you attempt a karaoke tune. Be prepared for some good-natured hassling if you try to leave in the middle of someone else's tune.