This bar is on the sidewalk in front of the Plaza San Martín in the city of Victoria, and it is old but roomy on the inside and the attendance is made up of regular parishioners. Its entrance is on the outside of the structure and while it has tables on both streets, on one of them is a wooden deck with railings where there are tables, chairs and parasols, letting people to sit there , watching what happens in the Craft Fair of the square, and carnival games among the youth, some of which ended up wet. As the bar has AC and wi fi, there were some people using their notebooks, others having a cold beer or a coffee outside. The place is simple but clean and quick for food. One block away is the Social Club and about 3 blocks from Sarmiento Office of Tourism of Victoria works is the old structure of the Tiro Federal.