Boasting a copper-topped bar and faux Arts and Crafts surroundings, the bar scene is a must for many revelers. Tucked into the Parrish Mews off Main Street, Rowdy Hall takes its name from a turn-of-the-century boarding house frequented by artists. The restaurant is small but a few tables are available outdoors in good weather. The menu has year-round mainstays, such as the huge Rowdy burger, fish and chips, French onion soup, local flounder, moules, or steak frites, and, at lunch, croques monsieur. Domestic and imported brews are on tap and there's a well-chosen wine list. Rowdy Hall is owned by the folks at Nick and Toni's, and you can count on its culinary influence.