Sunday, July 19, 2015

Annual Downriver Trip-- Part 4: Gin House, Riverside and Sunnyside

At the Gin House, we got a Chain Crawl passport stamp (it is several blocks off the Fox River) and the bartender asked what we thought about Stormy Monday which used to be her bar when it was Baja Benny's.  We told her about the death of Frank Costello, who owned it when it was Costello'.

We had hoped to stop at Broken Oar, but that place was so packed, we proceeded on to Riverside by Burton's Bridge.  This place also had a big crowd, but we got our stamp and even tried their 1/2 pound burger and fries for $4.

Decided to make a stop at Cabanas on Pistakee Lake to see Jim Seig play his music, but he wasn't there.

We ended the trip at Sunnyside Tavern in Johnsburg.

Lots of Fun Today, Even With the Rain.  --RoadDog

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