It may bear the same name, but the newly renovated Foggy Notions is a completely new joint.
The public was invited to nab a sneak peek at the transformation Wednesday during Foggy's special VIP night, which featured entertainment from KISS battle of the bands competitor Caveman Morrison.
Not much remains of the old Foggy's, save for the raised stone upper level on what was once the "quiet side."
No longer quiet at all, that level is now the bar's stage.
The thought on everyone's mind is undoubtedly: "Please, for the love of everything that is great and good in the world, tell me they did something with those atrocious bathrooms!"
The seemingly endless renovations definitely took care of the questionable commode problem that plagued the old Foggy's for years.
They're now bigger, brighter, far more functional, and an absolute pleasure to tinkle in.
Foggy Notions and its pristine privies officially open to the public tomorrow as local bands The Scary Uncles and Sense of Truth kick-start the bar's new life into high gear.
Saturday, December 19 will see the Sault's favourite local outlaws, the Billy Bastards, take the stage.
For more information about these and other upcoming performances, contact Foggy Notions at (705) 575-0152.