It's often taken for granted as Independence's walleyed little sister, but smokers ought to appreciate Raytown's local flavor (if they can still smell) all the more since September 8, when the Raytown Board of Aldermen smacked down a proposed smoking ordinance. With that, Raytown became one of the metro's last refuges for indoor public puffing. And the Daily Double Lounge is one of the best places on that short list. It's squeezed into a strip mall between a Maj-R Thrift and a Dollar General, marked only by a simple sign: "LOUNGE." Owner Kathy Ramey is often seated at the front table, near the wall of framed photos of her family's champion racehorses, which inspired the bar's name. Also: a digital jukebox, pool tables, Keno, several flat-screen TVs (one of them always tuned to Fox News), and lots and lots of ashtrays. A glance around at the bar's lively, aging regulars is enough to make one doubt the Surgeon General's warning.