Last year we went to Sunset bar for Canada day and had a great time. The bar was packed, we all did a Canada day quiz for a free beer and the music was all Canadian all night.
Tonight... Well we're never going back.
When we got there we were surprised to see the place was half dead. I went to the bar for a quiz sheet and even though it was only 11, they said they were already out. I found a filled out sheet and realized it was the exact same one as last year. On the plus side, The DJ wasn't too interested and told me I could pick songs, which I did gladly. But while playing Gordon Lightfoot's Carefree Highway (a song that went over big last year) an American told me I better change it because the owner was complaining.
I reluctantly changed the music to a surefire crowd pleaser: Bare Naked Ladies' If I had a Million Dollars. Despite half the bar singing along, the song abruptly stopped half way through. And when we asked the guy who changed the music (turns out he was the owner), he told us the song was lame and we were too young to know what good music was. He then preceded to play "I love Rock and Roll" because apparently that song isn't lame... or Canadian. When we asked him what the point was of killing Canadian music on Canada day was, he told us to fuck off.
Suffice to say, we're never going back to sunset. Even if the owner wasn't a dick, the half dead bar is no place to spend any night, let alone Canada Day.
So here's my question: When the hell did Sunset go from a good bar to a shitty bar?