The Roadhouse: Asbury Nightlife
Officially, Harry's Roadhouse. From the looks of the website, it appears to be a happening place! I haven't been there yet, but I will go soon. In the meantime, look at the upcoming events on the website.
Tim McCloone's Supper Club: Bouncing on the boardwalk
We were on a road trip up from Carolina to Maine and spend a day through here... we weren't even planning on it but the place was great. Awesome to know places like this are still out there, very authentic, and a great vibe. The people were cool and a dude on the boardwalk mentioned this place he called a "supper club" - Tim McCloone's. So went there on a Fri night and saw Don Dazzo and Everlounge. I recommend it if you are passing through, or it seemed pretty close to NY and easy to get to so worth a trip for sure...
Dress Code: casual...
The Stone Pony: An Absolute MUST for Music Fans
Terrie took me to this world famous nightspot for my birthday and it was one of the most unbelievable and greatest birthday surprises EVER!!! It was definitely great to visit the very place where Bruce Springsteen began his journey to legendary stardom. Coincidentally, that evening's performer is also a rock star himself. Ian Hunter (Formerly of the 70's group Mott the Hoople, whose most popular song was "All the Young Dudes.) was on stage and he treated us to a very entertaining show.
I will definitely come back to the Stone Pony over and over again. Hopefully one day when I visit, Bruce himself will walk in and give a surprise performance, like he has a history of doing.
Dress Code: No Dress Code. Mullets optional : )
- Beer Tasting
The Historic Stone Pony: A Close Call?
Only weeks earlier, 80's Heavy Metal band Great White played at the world famous Stone Pony. The shame for Great White is that they will no longer be remembered for their huge hits like "Once Bitten, Twice Shy," "Rock Me," and "Save All Your Love," but for the fact that they had to act like a collection of retards and use pyrotechnics without a permit during a performance at a standard-sized Rhode Island roadside bar. Over 100 unfortunate souls were either burned or were trampled to death, including the band's guitarist.
If this had happened a few weeks earlier, a true piece of Rock and Roll history would have been destroyed forever. On a supplemental note, Great White sucks. And lead singer Jack Russell went from pus-hound to old wrinkled half bald lardass. Now he has to deal with 100 deaths hanging over his head. Ouch.
- Beer Tasting