Thursday, February 23, 2012

The Wreck Is Open

Posted By on Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 10:20 AM

What was going to be called the Trainwreck Saloon at 213 N. Fourth Ave. is now known simply as The Wreck, and it's open.

I received a strangely brief e-mail this week that said the original name would not be used, which sort of explained why the Trainwreck Saloon's Facebook was abruptly pulled from the internet last week. I called last night and the guy who answered the phone says the place is now called The Wreck. We're guessing that one of the other Trainwreck Saloons across the country, and there are a few, wanted their name back.

So anyway, it looks like people are pretty much getting wasted down at The Wreck. Perusing their Facebook account brings forth tales of people getting impromptu haircuts and removing brassieres in public. There also appears to be an abundance of bar-top dancing and daisy-duke wearing. More on all that over here.

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