Mrs. Murphy's feels like time-traveling back to the 1920s. Well, at least on Sundays, when jazz group the Danny Burger Band plays. And just like the music, the booze flows for the crowd packing the house from 6 to 10 p.m. Lit only by faux stained glass lights peppering the left side, and by blue Christmas lights encircling the bar, Mrs. Murphy's is a great place for those looking to go unnoticed. From the outside, the most conspicuous things about the white building housing Mrs. Murphy's off Commercial Blvd. are the two flags -- one Irish, one American -- flying high. If not for those, you might drive right by the strip mall, failing to hear the music reverberating from the front door. Walk in, and it's dark, but not too smoky (they leave the windows open). The space isn't big, but there's plenty of seating, and the layout allows for a direct view of the TVs in the front, or the stage. The crowd tends to include Bayview Drive residents aged 35 and above. When looking for good ambiance, strong drinks, fast service, and decent bar food, just look for the flags.