Opening in days, Sister Louisa's Church has blessed the former Danneman's space with for-sale paintings by owner Grant Henry, a full bar for sinful communion, eats such as all-beef franks w/ toppings like broccoli cheese casserole or white bean chicken chili, and an amazing mashup of holy decor. Upstairs there's a ping pong table, pews, retro sports trophies, and a working organ for "Community Karaoke"; downstairs it's a jukebox (CDs chosen by the Criminal Records staff), chandeliers taken from a house of worship, and most importantly, a wooden, 1700s-vintage Yugoslavian confessional booth equipped to take your photo, which you can step into at the end of the night and say "forgive me Father, for I have ginned".
Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium
Overflowing with sinful amounts of fun, Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium hosts its own ping pong tournament, karaoke sessions with a real church organ, among other eccentrically awesome things. Soon you and your friends will be going to church every weekend.