The Bus Stop
The Pi Kap Wednesdays were at times amazing, but Mary, the bar's owner, not so much. This was easily the most hazardous place to DJ as your equipment was basically placed on a bar table in the floor and subject to frequent disturbances by overly eager patrons.
The building was eventually damaged in a fire and now look as though it is being consumed by nature, disappearing into it own little grove.
Update 4-20-2020 - The building has now disappeared, demolished and completely gone. The sad Chancey's sign is the only thing remaining.
I visited at lunchtime and was unable to get photos inside as they were not opening until later in the evening. You can definitely still see the Lucky's influence on the exterior and upstairs patio areas...
We never had a paying gig here to the best of my memory, but I have seen our friend DJ Shock turn this place out on several occasions. Also known for its acoustic music nights and "Waftos" which were cool back then, and now waffle fries are a common site at restaurants around the country.