Mac's is more grill than bar, but the pub side of this American-style eatery draws a local crowd for preparty weekend dinners or early nightcaps during the week. Since 1987, a black stone-top bar, ornate dark wooden shelving and a few tall round tables have afforded the neighborhood regulars a spot to catch the game with or without dinner. The dinner menu is chiefly American classics such as the filet, New York strip and prime rib, plus pastas and fresh seafood. The lunch menu offers up burgers and sandwiches, and Mac's serves brunch Sunday mornings. It's an early-bird bar, closing at 10 p.m. during the week and midnight on weekends.