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    Re: If you Could Bring Back One Business...

    nickel beer nights? When was this?

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    Re: If you Could Bring Back One Business...

    Would have been early 80's. You paid $5 for a your own cup and drafts after that were 5 cents. Only 1 beer on tap. Some nights it was Genny 12 horse. Always went to see Great Train Robbery.

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    Re: If you Could Bring Back One Business...

    Captain Adams

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    Re: If you Could Bring Back One Business...

    The original Captain's Table before it was knocked down and remodled. It had a more homey feel.

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    Re: If you Could Bring Back One Business...

    Playland

    64th Street Slide and Ride

    The original Hobbit

    Libby's in Fenwick

    Granny's Goldrush and Terrapin Station

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    Re: If you Could Bring Back One Business...

    The Pro-Trac go-karts on 51st St. It was the only covered go-kart track in OC, so you could still ride go-karts even when it was raining. Also, it used to be a hoot to get a little tuned-up over at Seacrets and then head over to the go-karts for a little intoxicated fun..."NO BUMPING!"...yeah right. You can still see the concrete oval in the northeast corner of Seacrets parking lot.

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    Re: If you Could Bring Back One Business...

    I'll pick three

    1). The old Ocean Playland Amusement park

    2). Shanty Town (In it's glory days, not the way it was right before being bull dozed)

    3). The Morbid Manner. Never had the nerve to go through it when I was a kid.

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    Re: If you Could Bring Back One Business...

    Cadillac Jacks had a very cool DJ.....the Waxman if I remember right,always stood in the larger than life jukebox.

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    Re: If you Could Bring Back One Business...

    Was Allen's Deli in the 116th st plaza.....if it was, the little guy than ran it lived at the Carousel and used valet parkers. We made ourselves scarce when he rolled in driving his hooptie...delly smelly! 1980

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    Re: If you Could Bring Back One Business...

    I miss Paradise Cove Mini Golf (they used to have three locations).

    The Alaska Stand around 50th St and Bayside. It used to be a big yellow building.

    Book World. It was a used book shop on the Boardwalk right next to Love's Lemonade.

    The Wax Museum. I will admit that Ripley's have become one of my favorite Boardwalk destinations, but I'll never forget the disappointment that I felt when I wanted to go to the Wax Museum in the summer of 1996, but Q-Zar was there instead. I did go to the Wax Museum one time in 1993.

    I kinda miss OC Baseball Cards on Talbot St. I used to go there a lot when I was a kid and collecting baseball cards.

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