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Been every year for the last 17. Looking forward to 2012 and keeping the streak going.
Bill Chandler <E-Mail>
Portsmouth , NH USA Thursday, December 22, 2011 at 05:46:15 PM

i love elbo room..the first time that i heard bout that bar... i was watching where the boys are movie..i couldnt resist to go up there..i went n i spent a great n cool time..i hope to go another time again..elbo room forever!! :)
Lennie <E-Mail>
hollywood , fl usa Tuesday, November 22, 2011 at 10:01:24 AM

always wanted to visit the Elbow Room, had my opportunity while attending convention in Ft Lauderdale, July 27 -30, I got My T-Shirt. Awsome place and hope that I can go back again! The Bartender was Cute!!!!!
L Parrott <E-Mail>
Florence , SC US Saturday, August 6, 2011 at 06:17:20 PM

I went to college in Port Huron Michigan in the early sixties, there I met Barry Hunwick for the first time. Great athlete, water skier, popular, very good looking, and extremely smart. To the best of my knowledge one or both of his parents were doctors. Then later in 65 or 66 I ran into Barry in Fort Lauderdale, he was then living with Greg Newall the manager and namesake of "Crazy Gregs" directly above the "Elbo Room" I remember him being an excellent dart player at the "Parrot" where they played on a small hardwood board with wooden darts with actual feathered flights. In the evenings we would go to a park and shoot baskets, where I came to realize how good an athlete he actually was. He had the looks of a Hollywood actor, the brains of a Wall Street financial wizard, and the athletic ability of a pro. I never really knew Greg at all and was always in awe like a little kid getting handed a signed baseball by Joe Dimaggio. Then in 88 a friend sent me the article in the paper from Florida (below) I was living in California at the time. He was my first brush with a kind of naive celebrity, seduced by his confidence and persona, I was only 19 and he was simply incomprehensible. Often when thinking about that time I can only shake my head in total bewilderment.
Mac McJunkin <E-Mail>
Okatie , SC USA Thursday, August 4, 2011 at 12:36:36 AM

Very nice website
Jenny Hiatt <E-Mail>
Ft. Lauderdale , FL USA Saturday, July 9, 2011 at 12:47:11 PM

Elbow Room is my favorite bar in the world.
Pelican Pete's Pub <E-Mail>
Syracuse , NY USA Sunday, May 15, 2011 at 06:56:34 PM

I have so much fun every time I come to the Elbow Room! See everyone in July!
Rachael <E-Mail>
Dayton , OH USA Sunday, April 24, 2011 at 08:58:01 PM

would LOVE to post picture of my 40 year old wife, Amanda, whom i call "Sugarbear". whole lot better looking than me, fer sure, fer sure! maybe one of her coming out of the shower. coming in June...her first time! from about 18 miles outside Nashville, Tenn.
Charlie Mccaskll <E-Mail>
charlotte , nc usa Friday, March 11, 2011 at 07:19:10 PM

Hello Elbo and Ft Lauderdale - coming back soo to see elbo and the guys from the store beside elbo
Shai <E-Mail>
xxx , usa Friday, March 11, 2011 at 04:53:47 PM

'bout ready to roll....down de hwy to da beach; comin to Elbo city...Elbo city here i come....they got some crazy little women there and...[yes, dear?] i'm gwan to bring me one....!
charlie mccaskill <E-Mail>
charlotte , nc usa Friday, March 4, 2011 at 06:25:07 PM

GREETINGS ALL, from Charlotte. out on patio..will hit record temp of 81 today; did so Sunday! how 'bout all raising a glass to Aija Katubi, my former close friend, and Elbo's finest! you'll see me on Legacy.com, for he many pages past. do this many times today....in her honor! Captain Charles T Mccaskill, ret., U.S.M.C.
Charlie Mccaskill <E-Mail>
Charlotte , nc USA Monday, February 28, 2011 at 11:37:00 AM

Worked in the “Elbo Room”, Ft. Lauderdale in 1964, also owned and operated my own “Elbo Room” in a small town in south central Virginia from 1979 to 1984. We had the first liquor by the drink license issued in Lunenburg county Virginia. Also worked as a cook in the “Yankee Clipper” in Hollywood Beach in the “Clipper Room” on top and the supper club… The “Polynesian Room” and also “Leonardo’s” Italian Restaurant in Pompano beach. Lenny Lewis was the owner and his son and daughter in law ran the restaurant. Lenny also owned “Lenny’s Lounge” or it may have had the tag of “GoGo” south of Hollywood as I recall. Not sure of the spelling of his first name but if you were around then, you know who I am talking about. Also, do you happen to remember…. The “Pickle Barrel”… The “Sugar Shack”… “Porky’s”… and so many other little bars that were around then… wow… what memories… and do any of you remember the “Hurricane parties” that took place in the Elbo Room back in the day??? There was one in ’64 as I recall, I think it was in late summer of ’64… anyway, quite interesting times.
Bill Marx, Sr. <Home Page> <E-Mail>
Kenbridge , va usa Saturday, February 26, 2011 at 01:48:08 PM

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