I've always loved rick's ribs, and they aren't "fall off the bone" over baked junk....in fact, they are crisp, seared and you claw them off the bone! They really aren't bbq----not smoked....but they are delicious, as are the fries, and I always look forward to visiting.
The brewery will be in the old bowling alley, which is adjacent to the bar. All that's left of the bowling is the lanes. Even the gutters are gone! This is a micro operation. There will be no structural changes of any sort, and as promised, we will preserve this vital member of the neighborhood.
Some of the best veterans on the local hospitality scene got their starts at Sammy's long ago. I'm so grateful to that background, but very disappointed in how this went down. Very ugly. And dumb.
if abc isn't the perfect dive bar, I don't know what is. House of Swing, legendary as it is, is hardly a dive bar.
I officially think these kind of people are blights to our society, and their antics are not brave or cool, but just low class.
It's a great list, but of course, everyone will point out their exceptions. ABC, of course, should be up top somewhere; Old Angle is a fabulous place as is Five O'Clock, Prosperity and others. But you brought up some good new discoveries for me, so thanks!
All if you cowardly phonies posting under fake names, wtf? I'm Alan Glazen, and I think Town Hall is a beautiful place as are many others on the street. Suburbanites, welcome! We are all in it together, and I'd say we're doing a great job. No place is for everyone, but everyone will find a favorite place in Ohio City.
I think it's a great buy, although the immediate neighborhood is somewhat dicey. But a permit is worth almost half the total asking price. And many people, including us, have fond memories of wonderful times there.
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