Welcome to the Johnsons is not pictured above as another reviewer noted. WttJ has shag carpeting, a gold-inlaid mirror and refrigerator behind the bar, and a genuine living room beside the bar with a pos television, fan, couch, lay-z-boy, a wall of pictures from your grandmother's house, and a line of emptys on the tv stand reminiscent of your last frathouse experience. The folks playing pool are typically 50-60 y/o Vietnam vets or Native Americans and will mack on the girls in your group. That's a good thing. You aren't going to a velvet-roped bar filled with hair gel and Ballys. If you want a bar with character, you want the aforementioned qualities and redfreakinneck interaction.
Pros: Atmosphere, the 'boy, prices, icy tubs of PBR
Cons: Can't wear seersucker, have a flammable 'do, or discuss politics