one time in its history, this was a Hell's Angels bar. One summer
the Gyspy Jokers showed up once too often and there was a small
that removed the Jokers. The riot squad went thru kicking motorcycles
and clubing the gang members and soon there was an unwritten law
no more than five members Flying colors were allowed in that area
I have been enjoying the Grant and Green since
the sixties. It was small and funky. Johnny Ace, Johnny Nitro,
rock and roll, blues. Very casual.
On an evening after dinner in North Beach we liked
to stroll up here and catch the band and between sets walk out
into the cool of the evening to perhaps check out the "Lost and
Found" next door or the "Saloon" down the street to
see what other bands are playing that night. I like to take visitors
from out of town on a tour of the upper Grant Avenue in North Beach.
The crowd at the Grant and Green is mostly local. The club has new
owners now and they have renovated the club. The music has changed,
the blues are gone and sadly, it no longer has the same vibes as
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