This former working man's drinking den has been re-imagined as a cool bar and live music venue. There's more than a nod to its recent past, with local 70s and 80s ephemera populating the small two-storey space. Look out for the 'Control Zone' road sign and other edgy curios. Local and world beers and whiskies are among the imbibers' delights while an outside pizza oven quenches the nibbles. And musos will love the eclectic line-up of live music on the intimate upstairs stage, and impromptu Irish trad sessions in the downstairs bar. Folk nights every Thursday and jazz on the first Friday every month sit alongside soul, bluegrass and other fine music genres. Its location on the fringe of Cathedral Quarter and close to Central Library and the Art College, should ensure a steady stream of too-cool-for-school locals. Love it!