Last summer, Angie's Tavern, notorious for its high crime rate and for somehow pulling off a "Cheers-friendly while being totally intimidating" vibe, closed its doors. Word is the recently opened Orcas Landing is attracting some of the displaced Angie's clientele. At first glance, that's almost impossible to believe. The walls are freshly painted red. The menu includes dishes like mussels. Jazz-themed art decorates the walls. It's not dive-bar-tough, smoke-stained-photos-of-Miles-Davis art—think colored line drawings of musical instruments. But by still maintaining an atmosphere that one can comfortably walk into, drink a beer, and just be lost in the anonymity afforded by a crowd if life's circumstances demanded it, Orcas has held onto the greatest appeal of its predecessor.