When you’re thinking cozy, Rudyard’s British Pub—dimly lit and dingy—doesn’t immediately come to mind. But settle into a seat and take in the scene for a while—you’ll slowly realize you’re sitting in the well-worn living room of old Montrose. The characters around you will start to look familiar. That neon sign with a pistol and a glass of beer will remind you that this is the home of the lovably crackpot group called the Montrose Beer & Gun Club. Order the shrimp and chips, a Gulf Coast twist on the classic, or try the “psychedelic” cheeseburger. Then curl up in a corner, put an acid rock song on the jukebox, and visualize the Montrose of Roky Erickson and the 13th Floor Elevators.