grayhair Posted May 20, 2018 Share Posted May 20, 2018 (edited) Some memorable places I frequented in the '60s and have fond memories. (Is that ridiculous or what? Who remembers places you had a beer or two 50+ years ago?) 6 West, Miami Springs, FL -- Place is long gone but back in the day was jam packed with stewardesses (before they were called flight attendants. Talk about eye candy...) Pier 66, Ft. Lauderdale, FL -- Revolving bar atop the high-rise hotel. Definitely classy back then. The Elbo Room, Ft. Lauderdale -- Famous place from the movie, Connie Francis, spring brake antics. Still there. (Google it if you don't know about its' history.) Mac's Famous Bar, Daytona Beach, FL -- Place burned years ago but it was a nice friendly place back in the day. Gracie's, Main St., Daytona Beach -- long, long gone. Used to be 5 cent draft beer. What's not to like? The Jade Tavern, Moorestown, NJ. -- Still there with a different name now. Of't told story, famous for refusing to serve a beer to Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1950. Manager grabbed a gun and chased him off the premises. Perhaps you also recall a few notables in your life with a memory or two to share. Sorry for the stupid post - ramblings of an old guy. Edited May 20, 2018 by grayhair 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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