Built in the 1920's as a department store in Marion, Virginia's historic downtown, this building still had much of its historic fabric, including a handsome pressed tin ceiling. The owner wanted to transform the space into a pizza restaurant featuring a large selection of beers on tap. To minimize distance between keg and tap, the cooler was set in the middle of the main space and wrapped with a bar. Seating is available at the bar as well as at tables and in booths. A mezzanine at the back of the building affords a semi-private dining area for parties and meetings.