Awesome Atmospher!! A true Relic.
If only i could go back in time to the good ol' year of 1981 or maybe 76' i would be at chuckles. Only been once but felt very warm and inviting the second I entered. Danny, the coolest bartender was working it solo. All the patrons were pretty young with old souls alike. Great jukebox, great pool tables. I really liked the atmosphere. I hope for it to be the new good times hang out. Excellent. Although it seemed like everyone was young, I'm sure the vibe would change on another night. The womens bathroom door did not lock and the light was burned out. But what a good excuse to grab one of my girlfriends to watch the door and gossip, loved it!
Appearances can be deceiving.
Chuckles may not look like much on the outside but on the inside its all about having fun. The patrons are all nice, I have made an new friend everytime ive been there. The drinks are reasonably priced and the music is great. My only complaint is that they dont have kareoke anymore. Otherwise, if you want a nice place where you can be yourself and kick your feet up I highly recomend Chuckles.
A shady neighborhood bar.. The Scene Chuckles is definitely a neighborhood bar. You could drive past it a hundred times and never really know it's there if you don't know where it is. The facade is cement block painted white with strange pseudo lava-rock inserts. Inside, trophy cases, big screen TVs, and a juke box line the walls, as well as a handwritten sign that states, "This Entire Building is a Smoking Area." A long curved bar with its elbow rest covered in bright red Naugahyde fills most of the north side of the building and what space isn't taken up with happy patrons is filled with pool tables--five of 'em, to be exact. The Crowd The clientele is devoted, to say the least. One woman told us that. "If you don't fit in here, we'll kick your a--." Enough said.