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I worked at the Studio Arena theater in the early 80's and there was a bar, don't remember where, but a bit of a drive from downtown, and you rang the doorbell to get in, the drinks were all served in milkshake containers, and the proprietor was quite the entertainer who refused to serve a lady anymore than 2 of these concoctions. What was the name of the dive bar in kenmore that closed because the owner died of a heart attack? I remember a high chair with a baby in it almost every time I was there. Great music in the have closed more than 25 years ago Anyone one remember Lees 522 lounge, on west utica and rhode island, Club Utica on rhode island and west utica and The Ram on rhode island and 14th street, all within a two block area on buffalos west side, Club Utica for the live music, Lee's 522 for sports on the projector screen and The Ram for the volleyball Crosstown Tavern at Kenmore and Englewood - had party there prior to going into Army in 1966 - Local place - great drinks and thought I had met my wife to be there - but not to be. In the 1950's I used to go to a bar that was also across the street from the Chevy plant that was on East Delevan.
In the sixties, New York was an 18 year old drinking state, which meant I was sneaking into bars when I was 16, and I was not the exception. I was going with a great girl at the time, I learned a lot from her; we learned a lot together, about life, love, music and ourselves.In places like the Inferno, and other bars long gone. The first page shows some of the Buffalo bars that I remember, arranged in no particular order.Thanks to her, I learned what kind of person I wanted to be, and as importantly, what kind of person I didn't want to be. The pictured bars are listed under the names I knew them as; many of them have changed names, closed, or have been demolished.The second and following pages show other Buffalo bars.One band in particular played there back then that was really good.It's name was "Victim." Anyone know what happened to them? i been looking for bars on tupper called nimorod and nicks busit buffalo and house at 165 10st and school 1 but no luck finding on your site of anything i been looking for as in the 70's around west side of buffalo What was the name of the place next to BTRC on Elmwood?
Some say the original Buffalo Sports Garden but though "Forum" was in the name.
It had a boxing ring and a whole bunch of dartboards and other games.
Spent a good part of the early '70s listening to Chapelwood at the Yellow Monkey..a little dancing and a whole lot of drinking.
Also remember the Pheasant on Delaware and a place on River Road called, I think, the Wa-Ha-Kei and a guy named Tony.
Can anyone help me with the name of the bar/nightclub on Seneca Street near Zittel in the early 80's.
It was quite large inside, and there was usually a band.