You just can't help but like a place that crossed over from serving up Sunday morning sermons to serving booze. The Hut, now a classic neighborhood bar, saw the change coming back in 1933 and hasn't looked back, yet still adheres to the church philosophy of welcoming everyone. The cocktails and beer are extremely cheap, the crowd is very nice, and the pool table still takes quarters. Amen.
This faux-Tudor former church went over to the other side in 1933, when it quit dispensing sermons in favor of beer and liquor. The high, vaulted ceilings and wood-paneled walls attest to the establishment's former incarnation. Pool tables and a pinball machine supplement a list of cheap beers and booze.