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This place sure has a long legacy behind it: After opening in 1952 as the Red Diamond, this former residence has been known as Cholla Bay, Louie's, VJ's, and McGuires throughout the years. Things settled down when it became the blues joint Warsaw Wally's for a couple of decades, but switched into the 26th Street Blues Bar, and finally Chopper John's. Besides offering live music on Friday and Saturday nights, this nightspot has the usual pool tables, dart machines, and touch-screen video games. Just don't bust your head open on one of the low-hanging rafters.
Dfactor is always writing new songs and like all pop-infected minds, he's a sucker for self-deprecation and introspective topics. He's also highly sensitive to the world around him. So if his new sing... More »
Local boys Ross Andrews and Wally Boudway are very open about the love-hate relationship they have with Phoenix. "The only thing we love as much as we hate Phoenix is Phoenix," the two quip on their Facebook page. The tug-of-war between love and... More »
Cozy little joint to catch local music - fortunately, there's a very nice patio to catch the overflow, because it can get cramped inside when the band's playing. Very different feel from when it was Warsaw Wally's, but still a great place to spend an evening.
The black exterior and the Harleys parked out front say biker. The back patio's ironworks spelling out the word "welcome" atop an acoustic guitar says hipster. The ocean mural says . . . Well, that one's a head-scratcher. Since 2008, Chopper John's co-owner, John McCormick, has combined his love of motorcycles and music into a biker bar with a hipster sidecar. With Sunday jam sessions and an eclectic mix of local bands on Friday and Saturday nights, leather-clad riders and... More »
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