There's a sign outside the door to The Alley that reads, "Welcome to the beach," and that seaside pub feel carries through to the interior. Inside, there's lots of wood and brass, and a long wooden bar with stools for seating. The main area also has stained glass skylights and low, moody lighting throughout. TVs mounted above the bar typically show sports. The Alley's late-night hours are popular with locals, as is the so-called "Anti-Happy Hour." Menu options run the gamut, from a classic burger and prime rib dip to rack of lamb and fresh fish.