Stopped in here on a Friday night for a pint and casual conversation. I had been here once but didn't remember it as good or bad. As a pub, it had the requisite wood floor, beaten up wood tables and chairs and a good half-dozen beers on draught. That's where the traditional pub ended. The music was so loud that conversations had to be hollered to the person sitting next to me. And it wasn't Irish ballads or fife and drums type of stuff. We're talking bump and grind, techno club music, complete with black lights and a multi-colored strobe light. The only food we had were wings and they were only OK. They were overloaded with sauce to the point that we were scraping off the excess with a knife. The loud music, blinding strobe and poor service combined to make this an experience I won't forget and NOT for the right reasons. I'll be trying another bar / pub next time.