A bar in Crowfoot Crossing, Two large double doors done in glass on the north wall serve as the enterence. The totality of the southern wall is mirrored with glass shelves holding different kids of low quality liquor. The bar is done in wood – but it’s old and smoke stained enough that whatever colour it may have been is no longer clear. It runs the length of the wall with room behind it for two wide men to walk shoulder to shoulder, branching out on the east wall to a small opening and a till for the waitresses to use along with access to the kitchen. The east wall is a series of booths, while the western wall holds several banquet tables and wall mounted benches. The rest of the bar is a series of low, wooden tables with rickety looking wooden chairs.