1. They’re going for the rootsy/hippie thing. Walk up the stairs. Look left. There’s a room where you can buy merch... and sticks of incense. Look straight ahead. There’s a room built largely from Pennsylvania barn wood. And on the stage: mostly Americana music and rock acts, and mostly acoustic.
2. All the views are good. So grab one of the elevated tables, or an even-more-elevated high-top along the back wall, and order a pulled-pork sandwich. Or if you don’t mind a little volume, take up a bar stool right next to the stage and start investigating the six taps in front of you, like Abita’s Purple Haze.
3. You can sit in a VW bus. It’s parked in the adjoining Vinyl Lounge, replete with vintage concert posters and a red bar inlaid with old records. There, you can listen to DJs spin full sides of classic albums and order a Big Pink, with cachaça and housemade raspberry jam. Still to come: art installations and a smoking lounge outside.
No, not that kind of smoking.