Not much has changed at Pomeroy’s since it opened in 1983, aside from a COVID-era plexiglass shield surrounding the cocktail fixings at the bar (no more snagging a quick Maraschino cherry). Wood paneling covers most everything, including the front windows. At the bar, mingle with a mix of old-timers and new arrivals while the rapidly growing Uptown neighborhood builds up and gentrifies outside Pomeroy’s door. Amenities on offer include a full menu (wings, melts, salads; we’re partial to the Pomburger), a couple of pool tables, darts, lots of seating, and Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure. They’ve got a cigarette machine, too. Don’t see those much these days.