Donkey’s Place has the well-worn and cluttered look of the very old tavern it is. There’s an eclectic assortment of “stuff” scattered about the place including an old jukebox that looks like it hasn’t been plugged in for decades, and some showcases displaying Donkey’s boxing gloves. It’s a very welcoming and comfortable bar; there is nothing threatening or challenging about a visit, once inside, and even the neighborhood seems OK to us, at least during daylight hours, the only time Donkey’s Place is open for business. They also have their own small parking lot. There’s a second Donkey’s Place in suburban Medford, where the owners now live. We suppose you can visit the suburban Donkey’s if you must but, really, it doesn’t sound like nearly as much fun as this old bar.