What a beautiful sight, September’s Blood Moon watching over us poor shlubs.
Due to maintenance and whatnot, Rob H, Eddie and I teed off on the Thunderbird back nine, then for the front nine, we played the Sandpiper course. Thunderbird was in good shape as was the Sandpiper, minus the first hole which was played as a short par three instead of the usual long par five. Taking consideration for the compact, short format of the […]
A valiant effort by Rob, clocking in at Pine Hills with a 95 — Eddie chimed in with a dismal and dreary 108 – and me with a dull and disheartening 111.
Next time will be different.
Pine Hills is a really nice course though.
Summer in Northport may be unofficially over, but at Gunther’s, The Fun Never Stops.
This coming weekend, we are featuring Mark Phillips and his delectable entertainment Friday night, and the enigmatic Moss live Saturday night.
Special Labor Day Weekend Show.
Party and dance with Long Island’s Premier Rock ‘n Roll band.
Damon having a good time at Gunther’s — enjoying a little bar stool singing.
Johnny Mac Band rocks Gunther’s one recent Saturday night — the big man MOVE!
Ritchie D found his beers after playing pool.
Claudio’s does not qualify as a dive bar, but their outdoor deck/bar is a fun way to spend a summer afternoon.
Live music weekends.
The food never disappoints. It is no wonder Claudio’s is the longest operating, family owned bar/restaurant in America. Bonnie and I shared some tasty and spicy Bang-Bang shrimp and Filet-Mignon tidbits w/ creamy horseradish sauce.
Free-pour drinks and average beer selection are not […]
Without a stop at the Broken Down Valise in Mattituck, no road-trip to the North Fork is complete.
One of my favorite dive bars on Long Island features $3 PBR’s all day, all night. Serving the colorful locals and the occasional tourists on Tuesday afternoons is the joyful Michelle. Stop in on Wednesdays or Thursdays to talk to my compadre and deep-thinking friend, George.
No pool […]