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An Overview:: Kodiak Bars
Depending on who you are, there is a bar here for you. Some of the names you will hear include the Village (for Cowboys), Tony's (for Fishermen), the Mecca (for Fishermen, Coasties and anyone), the B&B (Salty Old Men Only!), Henry's (Family orientated).. ask your local fisherman for an update!
Dress Code: Dress code is Carharts, boots and thick woolen socks. Combed hair is optional.
The Mecca (insert drama music): So you want to go dancing?
You're at the Mecca. If you are a Coast Guard boy, don't mess with the local's girlfriend. If you are a local, watch out for those coasties. If you are a tourist, Boy! Aren't you surprised.
Welcome to Kodiak's infamous Mecca, the place were men are men and the women are all out trolling. Pull up a stool and bounce to last year's popular dance mix.
Dress Code: Required Wear:
Coastie 30+: Southern shirt with tight jeans.
Coastie 30-: Baggy pants with sweater.
Fisherman: Torn sweater with carrharts.
Fisherman's wife: Anything that won't incite too much of a riot.
Coastie Wife: You're here because you are trolling. Wear whatever will get you a good catch. Be creative, it's dark and nobody will recognize you in the morning at church.
The Mecca: Party Bar (Dancing, Drinking, & Meeting)
You haven't been to Kodiak until you've been "Mecca-nized". Two Bars, live music, dance floor. It is the Saturday night hot spot.
Dress Code: Dress for success. If you just want to get drunk, wear anything, but if you want to make a connection, then slick back your hair and put on your dancing shoes.
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