Originally opened in 1749, Split Crow Pub soothes all grub and brew needs. The historic watering hole was once frequented by scores of seamen, whose influences can be felt in the pub’s maritime hospitality and immaculately swabbed decks. Split Crow's exposed brick walls and weathered wood bar complement the authenticity of its classic menu. Diners dive into hearty sandwiches such as hot chicken and stuffing on french bread with gravy and cranberry jelly ($10.99) or spicy thai-chicken pizza ($9). A fillet of Nova Scotia maple-glazed Atlantic salmon and its accompanying sides of mashed potatoes, fries, or rice, plus coleslaw and fresh vegetables ($14.50), regale tongues with saucy tales from the kitchen. Intrepid appetites may also scale the steakhouse burger's beef-based mountain of applewood cheddar, bacon, and caramelized onion on sourdough ($12.50).