Don't mind the busily burping aluminum plant across the street or the steel bars on the windows, because Kicker's Corner is not the dicey South Broadway hole-in-the-wall it appears to be. True, it's primarily a laborers' bar, drawing from the last bastions of industry in this 'hood. You can hardly get in the place after quitting time, but don't be surprised if someone says, "Stop the radio. Who are you?" when you walk in. Kicker's Corner is small and friendly, and the regulars will have no problem convincing you to come back for the food; the impressive menu offers hearty fare like meatloaf, $8 steaks and improbably enough, crab legs. But here's why Kicker's wins our hearts: they recycle every single bottle they sell. An eco-friendly bar on the deep south side? Order two of those 16-ounce PBRs, because this place is rarer than the last unicorn.