The Seahorse Tavern

Added by: Ryan Potter
10 November 2003
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Stained (by what, i have no idea) cinderblock walls outline this relic from the 50’s. Having undergone an uncompleted renovation between 20 and 2 years ago The Seahorse’s claim to fame are its “Mullet Monday’s”.

Mondays have been a popular night at the tavern ever since it was socially acceptable to have a mullet, but don’t tell the 30 to 40 year old staff and patrons that the short-long is out of style.

Having recently hosted a concert by metal legend Thor, this oasis in a basement regularly holds punk shows performed by folks who actually remember 1977.

Stained (by what, i have no idea) cinderblock walls outline this relic from the 50’s. Having undergone an uncompleted renovation between 20 and 2 years ago The Seahorse’s claim to fame are its “Mullet Monday’s”.

Mondays have been a popular night at the tavern ever since it was socially acceptable to have a mullet, but don’t tell the 30 to 40 year old staff and patrons that the short-long is out of style.

Having recently hosted a concert by metal legend Thor, this oasis in a basement regularly holds punk shows performed by folks who actually remember 1977.
The washrooms are lined with ads for chewing tabacco and condoms and if you’re lucky you just might catch a glimpse of the surgical staff/bouncers stiching up the temple of a particularly intoxicated patron whom just fell down the 15 feet of cement stairs, upon being ejected.

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