What happened to that Bridgeport charm?
This is a very average bar. When Puffer's was opened, you were sure to have a good time, good conversations and good drinks. This new owner seems to have abandoned what made this bar such a GOOD neighborhood tavern. No more live bands, no good music and AWFUL bartenders. Also, the crowd is very young (many underage) which makes for cliqueish behavior. I miss the nights I was able to walk in and see familiar faces, challenge old friends to darts and dance. The drinks are average priced, you won't be breaking the bank here. The service is decent, although not really friendly (forget about chit chatting with these new folks). It seems to me they're trying very hard to make this into a trendy, ""north side"" bar with WILL NOT WORK. I think many Bridgeport natives will agree with me, ""if it ain't broke, don't fix it.""