Located in the historic part of downtown on the second floor of a grand old building on Grand Street, this venerable whiskey bar has the look and feel of a classic hunting lodge. Outdoorsy tableaux and the skeletons of various animals are spotlighted in glass, museum-style display cases, and the bar's high walls are mounted with more than a dozen deer-head trophies and other taxidermy specimens. The hunting motif continues with fox-and-hound-patterned wallpaper and a row of fanciful lamps that sprout with the antlers of mythical jackalopes. The Irish bar boasts more than 265 brands of whiskey and bourbon, and the joint encompasses a large room with a pool table that's reportedly 150 years old, as well as smaller, more intimate lounge areas. In keeping with Seven Grand's vintage aesthetic, live jazz and blues groups perform Monday through Wednesday, along with traditional Celtic folk combos, but local indie-pop bands occasionally sit in, bringing an air of contrasting modernity. The dress code is formal, with shorts, flip-flops and "overly baggy" pants not allowed.