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Frivolous Sal's bar
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John Venini
08-31-2012 09:11pm
Does anyone remember where Frivolous Sal's bar was located?


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matthew clark
09-11-2012 05:08pm
I believe it was on New York ave., between 18 and 19 st.

Garry Moore would know for sure.


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Kimberley Bank Heilig
05-13-2013 01:39am
I remember it well and believe it was on Route 110 just north of what was the South Huntington Schools District Office on the west side of the road.


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kathy miceli
06-21-2013 07:49pm
Hi Kim ~ the bar you are remembering was The Bourbon Barrel, complete with the peanut shells on the floor...
Frivolous Sal's was on the same side of the street but north several blocks... whoever responded about 19th St. may have had the area correct...


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Denise Nelson Kimura
06-21-2013 09:49pm
Does anyone remember where Frivolous Sal's bar was located?

Practically lived there before I moved off the Island. Been gone so long, I can't recall street names. It was across the street from the fire station on 24th (or so) and NY Ave on the left side of the strip mall. I loved FS with the sawdust and peanut shells on the floor.




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Denise Nelson Kimura
06-21-2013 09:52pm
Does anyone remember where Frivolous Sal's bar was located?

My bad...Kathy is right. FS was the dancin' place.






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A. D.
06-25-2013 03:42pm
SAl`s was located on the north corner of 18th st. and new york ave....
1/2 block south, on the east side of ny ave. was Henry`s Tavern.
I remember Sal`s as a simple no frills (frivolous) place, bar up front as you walked in,with a one step up to the dance area in the rear- which i always managed to trip over. A 1930`s two story converted farm house, torn down in 1971, now an automotive mechanics shop.



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