The impressive feature window of this neon-lit cocktail bar overlooks the cafes and boutiques of Ebenezer Place. It opened in 2016, set into the East End Produce Market archway.

The space was originally designed by Studio-Gram, taking inspiration from the Deep South and soul music. Tongue-in-cheek touches include an altar to Saint Amand – the patron saint of bartenders – and neon praying hands. The faces of blues and soul icons watch out over snug booths.

Upstairs, the heritage windows spill natural light over the split-level space comprising the main bar, booths and a sunken area dotted with intimate nooks for two and a communal table.

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Updated: May 17th, 2022

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