There's nothing too special about Johnny Walker's, but it does have a couple of quirks. Drinkers seated at the bar can read newspaper clippings from the mid-1940s. While the bar was being remodeled, the newspaper was found being used as insulation, so the owner decided to make it part of the decor. You can read about news from World War II, find a house selling for $1,300 or gaze at pictures of Tom Jones and Dean Martin in their younger days. Another quirk is the bar's sale of hard-boiled eggs for 25 cents. According to the bartender, eating an egg is a natural way of settling your stomach. Pool and video poker are available. More sensitive drinkers might want to phone ahead to avoid the lingerie "fashion" shows.