Handlebar J and The 알바 Herndon Brothers were both inducted into the Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame way back in 2006. Roadhouse Honky Tonks does not get much more authentic than this remote East Valley dive, the realization of a Hollywood location-scouts dream for a perfect country-and-western bar. Handlebar J has stuck with its old-school country roots, and has always honored Valley honky tonk history, so much so the bar introduced the return of Back to Mr. Luckys Night (in memory of Arizonas greatest all-time honky tonk, the late Mr. Luckys) with the granddaddy of all Arizona country-and-western singers, the late J. David Sloan.
Handlebar J has stuck to its old-school country roots and has always revered the Valley honky-tonk history, so much so that the bar has introduced the Back to Mr. Luckys Night (in honor of the greatest Arizona honky-tonk of all time, the late Mr. Luckys) featuring the granddaddy of all Arizona country and Western singers, J. David Sloan. Wood-paneled walls, jukeboxes loaded with Merle, Willie, Waylon, Hanks, open grills behind the bar are great touches. The Green Mill is another excellent alternative for live music, and it is got a Malort Shot at when the clock strikes 2 am. Jazz acts perform late into the night in this storied bar & venue. With live music seven days a week, including psychbilly rodeo band, The Rusty Spur is an awesome spot to start or finish off the evening, along with cowboys, bikers, twentysomethings, and tourists. The corner of Division and State Streets is a great spot to end up if you are looking for a late-night drinking spot.
Well, the neighborhood has some bars opening up earlier than this that are more than happy to oblige. Meanwhile, Night Shifts core bars are every seventh day of the week, 4pm-2am. As for Night Shift, it is moving on, and Chef Danny Leals is serving as the General Manager.
Night Shift opened in quiet fashion at 3501 Harrisburg early this month, right off of light rails Great East End Line. Night Shift is only the latest bar to open in the Greater East Ends, joining up with recent openers Fitzcarraldo and White Rhino, which opened earlier this year. The Greater East Ends latest neighborhood bar has officially arrived, serving up classic cocktails and late-night bites in a nonchalantly classy industrial space on Second Ward.
A big management change has quietly taken place at one of Houstons hottest new cocktail bars. Night Shift Founders Justin Ware & Patrick Abalos Justin Ware Patrick Abalos has recently left the East End institution, CultureMap has learned.
Keep the good times rolling with classic craft beers and cocktails at this bar. Enjoy great food and cocktails well into the late hours of the evening at Spybar.
Bar Louie guests return time and time again for a taste of Bar Louie favorites that are crafted consistently by the line cook. At Bar Louie, we are passionate about serving our guests, our people, and our community. The line cook is a crucial role — at Bar Louie — as well as the industry. As the line cook, in Bar Louie, your first goal is to make sure that each guest feels totally confident and happy while enjoying your incredible gastronomic dishes.
Burton Place is open 24/7, and has a kitchen that stays open with you well into the evening. The Jeffrey Pub is open late into the night on Fridays and Saturdays, so drop in and get an elevated experience. Sharon Ardelean is quick to bend down at the bar and listen whenever any patron – newbie or old-timer – needs to relieve their burden.
With Mel Ardelean working several jobs, Sharon Ardelean was responsible for running the bar. Sharon Ardelean worked seven days a week, seven nights, and the bar was open 8 am until 2 am. Even when someone else covered the early-morning shift, Ardeleans sleep was only around two to three hours each night.
Because this was a bar once open just once a month, for Bicycle Week, getting patrons into the Cuzzins was harder than Sharon Ardelean anticipated. Cudahys heritage as a third gearer, coming from such local plants as Ladish and Patrick Cudahy, meant many early-riser bars used to line the streets.
Chicagos limited taprooms, which run until 4 am each weekday (5 am Saturday), were a frequent hangout for night owls, service workers, and other characters you never encounter during daylight hours. In addition to its 4 a.m. permit, The Store offers live music, open mics, comedy shows, and more entertainment during the week. This strip-mall bar has a dance floor, a stage and an oversize bar in the center of the room — all perfect for regularly scheduled live country music, dances and dance lessons, Texas hold em, shuffleboard, darts and outside bets.
Start your evening at Undergrounds second level, which is an excellent live music venue, then follow up with DJs and drinks at their main dance floor and bar for the rest of your evening.
The bars are competitors, with a family feel coming from three bars located only one block from one another. The community has expressed its support of the bar even on the final days. As Sharon Ardelean begins the process of closing the bar, friends, regulars, and outsiders alike, who had been there over the years, are reaching out to share memories – good, bad, and nights friends cannot always remember.
That is not to say that locals are not enjoying channeling their inner cowboy (or cowgirl), particularly when it comes to a good, old-fashioned double-steppin time in Dallas best country bar.
People typically associate heavy bass drumming with the late-night soundtrack of bars, but that is not the case in Chicago. The only actual bar-hour regulations in Milwaukee–and there are laws that are influenced by the state as well–stipulate that any bar can freely operate between 6 am and 2 am, seven days a week.