Built from scratch in ‘13 with no retro material left behind, the spacious wood-copper-tin-tile-brick–laden Bamboula does a decent job of fitting in with the street’s much-older vibe, but still needs to find its footing. The food bears little mention and the music acts playing the small front stage aren’t yet of any particular theme or consistent caliber. There’s a much larger stage area in back and a party-ready upstairs lounge. Still, it’s fine for a round if the sounds entice you—no cover means no harm, no foul. It’s trying (maybe too hard?), so let’s watch where it goes and hope it fills its potential.