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According to the owner:
transforming back and forth from laid-back pub to sweaty, drunken rock party. The top floor’s red brick fixtures, wooden floors, and big open windows make it an ideal place for a relaxed pint and some conversation, but once the sun goes down, the curtains close and the tunes get loud. Head down to the basement and you’ll find a more secluded party den, complete stone walls, a cherry red banquette, and a photo-collage of the owner’s friend not-so-elegantly passing out in his underwear. The entire bar is covered with little rock and roll touches like Rolling Stone covers, concert tickets, a Jack Daniels statue, and Jim Beam guitars. It’d be easy to expect Brooklyn’s nourishment card to end at libations, but there’s also a full menu available Wednesday to Saturday, plus an always-welcome Sunday Brunch. Eating regular pub standards wouldn’t seem right against a backdrop of loud, distorted guitars, so everything on the menu is given a little twist. The house specialty is the Jack’d Potato, a twist on the European Jacket Potato in which a baked potato is filled with, well, stuff. Many dishes use a homemade Jack Daniels sauce, and the Triple Decker Poutine is layered and baked three times so you don’t end up eating all the cheese before you get to the fries. Sunday’s “Hangover Brunch” comes with three eggs, sausage and bacon, hash, toast, and a Caesar for a traditional hair of the dog treatment.