Hannibal opens the door to his office, carrying the notes from his previous patient.
The man, who once promised to be a fascinating case, has proven to be rather predictable. Hannibal is considering referring him to another doctor, but a clear success here could draw in others with more promise.
His thoughts shift when instead of smelling ink and lemon and books, he smells food and wood and people.
He looks up and, curiosity piqued, steps into the bar.