Falkner's is a local landmark that almost all people know. The food is not all that fantastic, mostly bar type snacks and finger foods. But the beer is very good.
They have about 15 unique beers. Over my visits, I have sampled nearly all of them. With the exception of the fruit beer, I like all the other 14. They have a few that are up to 14% strong, but the majority are 6%. However those stronger ones have such a smooth taste and texture that you would never know it was that strong until you've had a few pints and try to stand up.
The Stark (15%) is crisp and tasty. And the Porter (14%) is dark and creamy. The honey beer, pilsner, stouts, etc. all live up to what they should be - good. The menu gives full descriptions but only in Spanish. As a souvenir of sorts, most of the pints you order will be served with a paper label with the beer name and description (stuck to the condensation on the glass).
Dress Code: Dress code is casual, but on Friday and Saturday nights many of the people will be dressed up since they may go to the clubs afterwards.
Antares is a casual pub with a lively crowd. Its a local's spot so there is always something happening when the crowd starts to arrive (it is really quiet before happy hour).
They serve a number of beers and drinks, but most people will be having the house beers that Antares brews. There are Kolsch; Scotch Ale, Porter, Cream Stout, Honey, Barley Wine, Imperial Stout and possibly a promotional temporary brew.
The food is also pretty good, but has a typical bar menu. The staff are friendly and in my humble opinion were more attentive than many other places. Happy Hour (2x1) is daily from 7pm to 8:30pm if you order from the bar directly (not the servers).
Dress Code: The dress code in Antares is completely casual. Best recommendation is only to dress for the weather.