As usual, the following includes only games played at the Jerusalem Strategy Gaming Club last month, and does not include my own personal games played.
Bridge: Growing in popularity in our club, and played occasionally at the end of game nights.
By Hook or By Crook x 2: This is one of the games that is popular among many of our members, although it is too light of a game for me.
Caylus: This takes a bit too long, but plays reasonably well two player.
Cities and Knights of Catan: A nice occasional game, especially for those who have not played it overly much.
Fluxx: One of the only games that I refuse to play.
Havoc x 4: A standby filler game. A tad too long for a filler, but plays well with 2 to 4 players, and ok with 5 or 6.
Hearts: I like to play Team Hearts. Otherwise, it is an enjoyable but brainless filler.
Magic: the Gathering x 2: A staple game for me, when played with random drafting. I always play when my friend David comes by.
Modern Art x 3: Well liked by some players, I find it repetitive, but ok. Works best when the double auction cards are distributed equally.
Origins of World War I: An ok game for its class, not mine. Unbalanced powers, ganging up, and kingmaking, but room for some good negotiation skills if the players are into that sort of thing.
Power Grid: A classic game, elegant mechanics except for the power plant market, but it works anyway. Gets a little math heavy at the end game.
Quo Vadis: A very nice filler, still hoping to play it five player where I imagine it works best.
San Juan x 2: A staple filler, and the favorite of one of our members. I never really request it, but I enjoy it once I start playing.
Settlers of Catan: Still a great game, I can't help it. Just wish that random wasn't so; but I'm not ready to move to a deck of dice just yet.
Shadows Over Camelot: Loved by everyone in the group. I find the mechanics a little silly, but I admit that the game provides some nice tension.
Tigris and Euphrates: An absolute classic. Always plays great, unless someone gets a huge early lead.
Winner's Circle x 3: Another of those games popular among the members who like lighter games, I think it's ok if the game moves quickly.