Tommy’s is dark when you walk in. The regulars are huddled at the far end of the bar just bullshitting about whatever. One of them even showed off his new power tool. The bartender was was nice enough. She managed to split her time between talking to the regulars and giving us the scoop on the history of the place. Turns out this bar used to be on the corner. Something about a bank buying them out and they moved a few places up the block to the current location. She even pointed out a picture that was hanging on the wall from the early 1900’s. The bar was on the corner and there was some sort of parade going on with some horses. It was cool to see that.
The pour was actually pretty decent. It wasn’t too strong or too weak. This is something that’s actually kind of rare. Most bartenders seem to go in one direction or the other.
The decor is kind of a rustic/vintage thing. There were some stuffed animals around the place and the rest of the bar is anything but modern. Which isn’t a bad thing. It works quite well here. It’s almost like taking a step back in time.