Once owned by Krew, the bar used to be called the Hip Hog Heaven Saloon, at which both Tess and Sig worked, and Jak and Daxter were frequent visitors. After Krew's death, it was taken over by Daxter and renamed the Naughty Ottsel. In which Daxter built a large Ottsel statue on top of the bar in his own image with horns and holding a pitchfork.
In Jak 3, Torn used the bar as a southern HQ for the Freedom League. After Jak and Daxter re-open the path to New Haven and the northern HQ, Daxter regained ownership of the bar (and sometime after the Daystar is taken care of, he presumably had the Ottsel statue repaired).
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It later makes a cameo in the Haven City level of PlayStation Move Heroes.
Inside of the bar are pictures of Daxter on the walls, and a new hologram projector. Aside from this, the interior is identical to the Hip Hog Heaven Saloon.
- When Jak and Daxter return to The Naughty Ottsel in Jak 3, Torn is using it as a southern base for the war, he then goes on to say the head of Daxter's statue is good target practice.
- Metal Kor's head is hung over the bar of the The Naughty Ottsel at the end of Jak II. However, it is not there in subsequent games.
- It is possible that Daxter, Tess, and maybe Jak, Keira and Samos live in the Naughty Ottsel. When Daxter first goes there, after returning to Haven City, he shouts, "Honey, I'm home." It's also possible this was merely a joke, and Daxter may have meant home in the more general sense. Tess is the most likely person he expected to see, but she may have only been running the bar in their absence, as a favor, or because she was still working there.
- In Jak II a mirror behind the bar shows Jak as Dark Jak if you stand in front of it. In Jak 3, you can't because the mirror is broken.
- Among the trophies in the bar, there is a Lurker Shark on the wall, a cameo from TPL.