For our money, we have not found a more fun cocktail joint that also serves food so good we don’t even need booze to enjoy it. Prepared by the Delray Cafe food truck out back, snacks and meals ordered from the bartenders appeared at our table within twenty minutes, which provided plenty of time to people-watch. The best bite of all was the fried bologna sandwich: thick-cut, griddled mortadella served on buttery, browned Texas toast with pickle chips, mayo, and Dijon (we suggest adding grilled onion). Plump chicken wings bathed in a perfect sauce were cooked to order and matched by a chunky, handmade blue cheese dressing. The second Thursday of each month brings steak night, which means a bargain on a very respectable grilled sirloin with crinkle-cut fries and crunchy breaded onion rings.