Chamber celebrates grand reopening of landmark Red Dog Saloon

Offering plenty of televisions tuned to favorite sports channels; shuffleboard, pool, pinball and video games; various memorabilia such as T-shirts and jackets; and a variety of snacks all washed down with cold beer or cocktails, the landmark Red Dog Saloon, 914 W. Broadway at G Street, is open again after about a six month closure. The Needles Chamber of Commerce helps celebrate with a grand reopening party. Pictured are (l to r) Chamber President Mary Gonzales, Red Dog owner Mitch McDonald, Chamber Secretary Pam Blake, Red Dog bartender April Short and bar manager Darcy Garrett, Chamber Vice President George DeLeon and Board Member Eileen Hartwick. A Needles tradition for decades and a must-visit for travelers on Route 66, the Red Dog is open from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Pacific Time seven days a week. Taxi service can be provided to and from. Call 760-326-9919.

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