Sure, it sounds better after a couple (or several) tall drafts and maybe a bowl of chips. But regardless of your
sobriety level, it's a pretty safe bet that on any given night, the Satire will be filled with folks who've been there for a while
-- folks who are ready to sing like Ethel Merman on Xanax. Bar-wide renderings of all the hits from the Beatles, the Doors, Jimi Hendrix and James Brown are almost as much a part of the Satire scene as the saucy bartenders and Joe the waiter's warning that your plate is hot. Just don't forget to raise your glass when you raise your voice in song.