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Sunday, August 25, 2013

3636 Club, Long Beach, CA

3636 East Broadway
Long Beach, CA 90803
(562) 438-5365

  • Price per domestic pitcher: N/A
  • Credit/Debit: No- Cash Only
  • Parking: Public Lot
  • Good for groups: No
  • Music: TouchTunes
  • Best Nights: Fri, Sat
  • TV's: 5
  • Smoking: Outside/No Drinks
  • Alcohol: Full Bar
  • ATM: Yes - $3.00 Fee
Every time we ask for a recommendation for a new spot to check out, this bar comes up... We listen... it just takes time to get to them. With the camera lens still damaged, I apologize for the lack of and blurriness of the photos below.

The Bar: Can't miss it. Lit up like a Las Vegas night club. Neon everywhere. This dive appears to be the happening place. Pretty good amount of patrons inside, however, the vibe was depressing. Not too much going on, pretty quite. Everyone seemed to be having a bad day, which brought our mood down too. This is a cash only bar and the ATM is a $3 fee.
The Crowd: This is definitely a local spot, and they could tell we were new faces. No one really seemed interested in why we were there, including the staff. We left after about 30 minutes to find something more exciting.
Service: No complaints here. Got a drinks right away minus having to wait to use the ATM.
Prices: $3.25 bottles of Coors Light. No draught beer. We did not stay long enough for a second round.
Entertainment:  TouchTunes with BOSE sound system, 2 pool tables, Golden Tee 2013, Pinball, bar top touch screen game, 5 TV's, old school cigarette machine ($6 a pack).
Restroom: Beside the fact someone had been smoking a bowl in there, not too shabby. Diamond plated everything. No door on the sit down shitter, and an over flowing trash can. Massive amount of pointless graffiti on the bathroom door.
Closing statement: Not a terrible place to grab a beer. Perhaps the atmosphere could lighten up a bit.

We give 3636 Club a 3 out of 5.

1 comment:

  1. I used to go to the "Tri-6 Club" as we used to call it back in the mid-1980's. There was a GREAT acoustic guitarist that played there on Friday and Saturday nights named John Charles. Those were some of the best times of my life looking back now. Most nights (actually early mornings) after the bar closed, many of us would pull "all-nighters" that would alternate from apartment to apartment.