I live on same block as this bar. Owner has on several occasions, usually in early AM, accosted me about my corrosive teeth and gums (as a result of terminal condition), teases me in the presence of others about my way of dress (near poverty - fixed income on State Disability) and has physically confronted me with the threat of force (intimidation), claiming that I do not have the right to look into his bar through the window while it was closed. This all happened over the course of appx 2 months after I was asked to leave while in the bar having a drink, because I brought my dog into the bar. My dog, "BABE" is registered Staffordshire Terrier; Companion and Service Animal. Business owners can disallow service animals for the disabled for any reason. He claimed that it was a health hazard, however, as I have to take my service animal with me to keep my balance (motor functions are an agility issue also related to disabling condition), in the early AM hours, the owners Scottish Terrier can be seen throughout the bar. However, if you can afford $13 dollar Cactus Berry Martini's, there is a female bartender who generally works on slow nights sporting a fantastic smile and a professional air about serving the public that is attracted to the bar, whom I see every night and are very freindly - it makes me happy to see so many with smiles instead of frowns when drinking. The clientele must come from afar because its nearly always packed. People that live in this area are generally in the same boat as I: on fixed income's and or disabled.
Pros: Professional Bartender
Cons: Unprofessional Owner