Don't forget the "China A Supper Buffet" and " My Big Fat Greek Restaurant" and for God's sake...it Was " ON THE BORDER" NOT " Run For The Border " !!!
Thank you, "Hungry in Vail" . I remember it being The Cage also.
Being from Chicago, I think I had part ownership in Old Style. And yes, it was from La Crosse, Wi, but then ALL beer was from Wisc when I was living there. Loved it, but could only drink it in bottles. Tried it here in cans, but taste was different. Can't stand anything in cans, got to be in bottles. I always see it for sale at Total Wine ( cans only), so maybe you die hards can still get it there, unless Finley Dist supplies Total Wine, too.
Jesus H Christ...No way a former WWF wrestler fro 30 yrs ago is getting involved with this !! Don't you people have anything better to do with your life ???
Hey, went there the 1st yr they opened. Totally boring setup, etc, never got the right "vibe" there, and never went back. Surprised to hear they were still open. When Harkins reopens, still wont go back. Very "Blah" experience is all I can remember.
Hey, $10 for a burger & fries...what's not to like ?? Please ship the "Indiana Jones " pinball game to me . I got a spot in my entertainment room for it !!
I agree with most of what you said, especially no tunes from "Blue Moon Swamp"( Blue Boy & Hurricane) & even "Revival". I have the DVD called "Premonition" from 1997 and considering I paid big bucks for this concert ( $90), I thought I'd see backup singers, maybe a backdrop stage setup, but no, just J.F. & his backup band. It was basically all the late 60/early 70 hits. Loved that Kenny Aronoff was drumming. He IS the best F'N drummer in the world. ( also the drummer on the aforementioned "Premonition" DVD. )Thought J.F. was incredibly great with his guitar work, and he played every side of the stage to the crowds delight. I was in row 2 left of stage, & everyone was standing & singing to the songs & having a great time. Yes, it was an expensive concert for me ( double what I paid for George Thorogood & Molly Hatchett 2 weeks earlier) but to see a legend playing so many hits from his heyday, yes, I guess I'd say it was worth it.
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