Smallest Dive Bar, I've ever seen. I felt like they wanted to get rid of me since I wasn't a regular.
Well, this is the kind of place where EVERYONE knows everyone. The place can hold at most 10 people. The jukebox had a nice mix of southern rock music. I just had a feeling that they were trying to get rid of me since I wasn't a regular. The bartender, although friendly, asked me several questions regarding why I was there. Even though it really wasn't her business, I told her that I was just passing time before my next train. When I was there, I saw maybe 4 other people sitting around the small bar (squeezing room only). I asked the bartender if she could recommend any other places in the area and she recommended BJ's one block away. This was a nice bar, just not the type of place you would want to hang out in all night. On my way out the door, I overheard a few patrons mumbling something about me being an out of towner, but I really didn't bother paying attention to what they thought of me.