Average, with shuffleboard.
You get exactly what you expect for the location. Housed near the 805 freeway (and not much else), a little bar for all types.
It's good for myself, a petite blonde girl with an affinity for brightly colored stilettos. Her friends, a group of 20-somethings looking for a cheap drink and some shuffleboard. The tall man in heather grey sweats who lightly grabbed my wrist while walking to the bathroom and airily uttering "Hey short stuff", and the woman I chatted with at the bar with the ill-fitting leopard print shirt barely covered her ample (double) bosom.
I can't say that I didn't have my fair share amount of creepy old guy looks that night. But they were all harmless, mostly engrossed in the non-stop karaoke going on at the far end of the bar. Though I'm not sure why, as the karaoke crowd couldn't seem to dwell far from popular country, 80s music and stereotypical classic rock. Though I should really give them a break, since listening to me sing is comparable to scraping your nails, and the sharp parts of whatever is left of your sanity, over a chalkboard at the same time.
But the shuffleboard was nice. And the pool was completely available. And we were loud, and no one complained. But then again, with what was being belted out into the microphone, I think any complaints toward us would have been a bit hypocritical.
So though I can very well see myself going back to this bar, it's by no means a favorite. The drinks are average prices (Most are $5-$6) and rarely crowded, and on a Friday night the only thing taken was the microphone.
So go! But wear dirty jeans a sweatshirt, and preferably a pair of slippers. You'll feel a little more at home if you leave your stilettos at home.