From outside, you can hear the click-clack of pool balls colliding. The windows are large and there's a backdoor leading from the pool table to a quiet, tree-lined street. The bar itself is inconspicuous, so the sounds of the break shot or the cheers from sports-loving patrons are the markers that this low-profile building is indeed a bar. On the weekends, however, it gets crowded and the pool table gets moved to make room for a makeshift dance floor. The jukebox is eclectic, skewing slightly towards classic rock but featuring some mainstream pop, indie rock, and for some reason a whole lot of Michael Jackson, which helps drive the weekend dance parties.