When the Sidewinder Tavern became Globe Hall in 2015, hardly anything changed about the 100-year-old-plus building, which has been a meeting hall and tavern for most of its history. Oh, wait — that wall that fell down had to be replaced. Otherwise, Globe Hall is no-frills: The carpet is stained, the wooden bar is dented and scratched — but therein lies its charm. The bartenders treat you like a neighbor, the drinks are strong and cheap, and the barbecue is plentiful. Shows in the adjacent music hall run the gamut from rockabilly to Devo cover bands, burlesque to synthesizer-enthusiast meetups.