Gluek’s is an old haunt. It’s been knocked out of commission twice, once by Prohibition and once by a fire, only to come roaring back again and again. It has the perfect low-vaulted ceiling of a beer hall, and stained glass peppers the aged bar, a mesmerizing kaleidoscope after a few tipples. German-American fare is the theme, while the draft selection is ample enough to vindicate its rich beer-heritage vibe. SPENCER DOAR
16 N. 6th St.