1. It’s a college hangout. Just a few minutes from Richard Stockton University, Pitney Pub has become somewhat of a college hangout — given you’re 21, of course. The Pub’s “Wild Wednesdays” cater specifically to the collegiate crowd with DJs and drink specials all night, like $4 green tea shots, fireball shots and apple whiskey shots, and $10 domestic beer pitchers.

2. It has more than standard pub fare. Pitney Pub offers an extensive menu that spans continents when it comes to flavor. Dishes like Pitney Curry ($17), seafood paella ($20), falafels ($12) and the Rodeo Burger ($10) with bacon, onion rings, BBQ sauce, cheddar and Texas toast, put Pitney Pub a head above other bars that stick to basic American fare.

3. There’s live entertainment on the weekends. Head there on a Friday or Saturday night and you’ll most likely catch some local talent entertaining the crowd. Coming up, Dead Reckoning, the Grateful Dead tribute act, will perform 8:30 p.m. Saturday, April 15.

4. Save money at a themed night. Looking to save a buck? Pitney Pub has wallet-friendly themed nights every week. Mexican Mondays feature $1 tacos, tostadas and empanadas, $2 tamales and chimichangas, and $3 burritos and Dos Equis. Wing Day Tuesdays mean 50-cent wings and $3 drafts of Bud Light, while on Taco Thursday it’s all about the $1 tacos and $3 Dos Equis.

5. Their classic cocktails have fruity flair. Among the most popular drinks at Pitney Pub are their margaritas and mason jars — which often can be filled up for just $5 if you happen to hit the Pub during a special. While the standards take center stage, Pitney Pub’s flavorful martinis are also popular, with options like caramel apple and banana.