Opened by the crew behind Po Dogs/Auto Battery, this casually steampunkish two-level lounge's serving up modern twist's on the kind of 'tails/nosh enjoyed by factory workers, all in a high-ceiling main room built around a massive wooden girder, and boasting an absurd number of reclaimed pieces (wall panels from a barn in Duval, cafeteria-style tables outta Pittsburgh, bolsters from the old King Street Station, etc.), plus a narrow, black-walled upstairs lounge decorated with 88 individually-mounted insects -- hence its name, the Butterfly Lounge, though, in Effect, letting even one of them flap its wings wouldn't be (Amy) Smart.