|359 East Ave, Rochester NY, 14604|
|CLOSED -Date Unknown|
Ronnie Davis' company, RDG Inc., manages eight clubs of various ownership in Rochester, two in Syracuse and five in North Carolina. His stable includes Daisy Dukes, Soho East and Vinyl. So when RDG acquired the Ale House (better known as the old Bar Fly), Davis came up with a concept based on the hottest hits on TV: Why not choose six contestants to run a bar for six months? If the bar is profitable at the end of that period, the contestants get to split $25,000. What's the trick? At the end of each month, the six contestants have the chance to vote someone off the team. They can continue on with the remaining teammates or add someone new to the mix.
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2008-05-18 19:05:53 This is now known as "The Bar." The above phone number does not work, and when I asked if they had a phone number, they said no. One of the bouncers here took my ID away from me on a Thursday when I didn't have a second form of ID. When I went back that Saturday to retrieve it, the bouncer said he never took any ids away and the management said the bouncers turn in all IDs they take, and they didn't have my ID. They were rude and unhelpful and I would suggest not giving this place your business.
(A side note - I did return Friday night and the bouncer/managers weren't there yet, so the bartender invited me to sit down and have a drink while I waited. I didn't want to stick around and wait, but I was NOT asked for ID. Guess the police weren't around that night and they were comfortable serving alcohol to people who look under 21.) —SaraChristine
2009-05-20 14:02:51 Not even close to the old barfly. Music is awful and crowd is obnoxious. to comment above, the bouncers at the old barfly and karma would give IDs they took to friends or girls they knew who needed an ID. it's a younger crowd. i mean much younger, not 21 yet crowd. —Leisel