Village Pour House Celebrity Roundup: 12/4

12/4/2010:

Village Pourhouse attracts celebrities to Hoboken!

One great aspect of prominent NYC bar owners opening up in Hoboken is their celebrity friends!

Thus, today’s new feature is born: Village Pourhouse Celebrity Roundup, where from time to time, we will feature some recent celebrity appearances!

The inaugural entry to this category is a summary of some recent buzz downtown when VPH had their grand opening party.

Recent Celebrity Sightings at VPH Hoboken:

Some of the celebs who recently visited Village Pourhouse:

  • New York Giants: Steve Smith, Matt Dodge, Terrell Thomas, Phil Dillard and Adrian Tracy.
  • New York Jets: Eric Smith and John Connor.
  • New York Yankees: Curtis Granderson.
  • New Jersey Nets: Devin Harris.
  • Former Yankee and Met Darryl Strawberry
  • American Idol Singer: Antonella Barba
  • Other notables: Z100 Jock Skeery Jones; from the show Real Housewives of NJ Al Manzo, Chris Manzo, Lauren Manzo, Kim G; Mrs. New Jersey Clai Pavlanec; Sopranos Actor Tony Lip and Jerseylicious member Anthony Roberts.

So swing by the Village Pourhouse at anytime – you never know who you’ll bump into!

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11 Comments on "Village Pour House Celebrity Roundup: 12/4"


Member
costume
4 years 8 months ago

Of all those names, Darryl Strawberry is the only one I’ve ever heard of.

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HansBrix
4 years 8 months ago

But they are all highly paid entertainers, which is why you should care deeply![quote comment=”200631″]Of all those names, Darryl Strawberry is the only one I’ve ever heard of.[/quote]

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Rise From The Ashes
4 years 8 months ago

I was thinking the same thing…this is surely the A list that Hoboken deserves. [quote comment=”200631″]Of all those names, Darryl Strawberry is the only one I’ve ever heard of.[/quote]

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Silva
4 years 8 months ago

Don’t go when Darryl is there. When he was there, no one could use the bathroom for over an hour. He locked himself in and came out really talkative.

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bobby73
4 years 8 months ago

I was actually at pourhouse for a game when curtis granderson was there and he was suprisingly pretty cool, signing autographs and taking pictures with fans..awesome for pourhouse that most of these guys are in the neighborhood

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joey
4 years 8 months ago

This place is a ripoff, be careful to count your change because they will rip you off, it just didn’t happen to me this past Saturday night but it has happened to a few friends of mine as well. Went there around 5:30pm Saturday night to watch the conclusion of the Auburn game. I ask the bartender for their happy hour specials, she had no clue tells me she will check , she goes it the back bar comes back 5 minutes later and tell me there is no happy hour specials. I say ok no problem, I order their famous burger for $9.99 and and Coors light draft and hand her a $100 bill, she comes back 10 minutes later and throws my change on the bar. I count the change and it was $83, I said wow $7 bucks for a coors draft? I asked a different bartender how much was a coors draft? She says well its happy hour so its only $3. Then I tell her why was i given only $83 in change for a burger and a Coors light? She goes in the back bar and I see her talk to her manager for about 10-15 minutes after this he comes to me and throws $2 in front of me with no explanation or apoligy it was still $2 short so i didn’t even bother. I will never go back there again. A few of my friends have said the same thing. So basically be carefull because they will rip you off.

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prop19
4 years 8 months ago

Wow, I can’t believe you just wrote that. I had a very similiar experience!! I paid for an expensive beer, and the total was $11.30. I paid with a $20, and she gave me back $8. Now granted, it’s 70 cents that she took ( dirty blonde hair, past the shoulders, 5’7″, probably 140 lbs ) but the nerve of someone not giving you back your correct change?! If she’s too stupid to do the simple math, she should be fired, and if she’s too stupid to care, she should be fired. It wasn’t a big deal at the time, but the fact that you report that this is a consistant pattern, should be alarming to the public as well as the management. I wonder how much she steals from them?![quote comment=”200642″]This place is a ripoff, be careful to count your change because they will rip you off, it just didn’t happen to me this past Saturday night but it has happened to a few friends of mine as well. Went there around 5:30pm Saturday night to watch the conclusion of the Auburn game. I ask the bartender for their happy hour specials, she had no clue tells me she will check , she goes it the back bar comes back 5 minutes later and tell me there is no happy hour specials. I say ok no problem, I order their famous burger for $9.99 and and Coors light draft and hand her a $100 bill, she comes back 10 minutes later and throws my change on the bar. I count the change and it was $83, I said wow $7 bucks for a coors draft? I asked a different bartender how much was a coors draft? She says well its happy hour so its only $3. Then I tell her why was i given only $83 in change for a burger and a Coors light? She goes in the back bar and I see her talk to her manager for about 10-15 minutes after this he comes to me and throws $2 in front of me with no explanation or apoligy it was still $2 short so i didn’t even bother. I will never go back there again. A few of my friends have said the same thing. So basically be carefull because they will rip you off.[/quote]

Member
4 years 8 months ago

Call the 70 cents her tip and call it a day. [quote comment=”200673″]Wow, I can’t believe you just wrote that. I had a very similiar experience!! I paid for an expensive beer, and the total was $11.30. I paid with a $20, and she gave me back $8. Now granted, it’s 70 cents that she took ( dirty blonde hair, past the shoulders, 5′7″, probably 140 lbs ) but the nerve of someone not giving you back your correct change?! If she’s too stupid to do the simple math, she should be fired, and if she’s too stupid to care, she should be fired. It wasn’t a big deal at the time, but the fact that you report that this is a consistant pattern, should be alarming to the public as well as the management. I wonder how much she steals from them?!

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Member
4 years 8 months ago

perhaps the biggest problem is your ordering a Coors Light.[quote comment=”200642″]This place is a ripoff, be careful to count your change because they will rip you off, it just didn’t happen to me this past Saturday night but it has happened to a few friends of mine as well. Went there around 5:30pm Saturday night to watch the conclusion of the Auburn game. I ask the bartender for their happy hour specials, she had no clue tells me she will check , she goes it the back bar comes back 5 minutes later and tell me there is no happy hour specials. I say ok no problem, I order their famous burger for $9.99 and and Coors light draft and hand her a $100 bill, she comes back 10 minutes later and throws my change on the bar. I count the change and it was $83, I said wow $7 bucks for a coors draft? I asked a different bartender how much was a coors draft? She says well its happy hour so its only $3. Then I tell her why was i given only $83 in change for a burger and a Coors light? She goes in the back bar and I see her talk to her manager for about 10-15 minutes after this he comes to me and throws $2 in front of me with no explanation or apoligy it was still $2 short so i didn’t even bother. I will never go back there again. A few of my friends have said the same thing. So basically be carefull because they will rip you off.[/quote]

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wfs4
4 years 8 months ago

similar think happened to me. At the end of the night, barmaid came up and said she’d take out what I owned. (for food + beer). So she just removed the cash from the pile I had on the bar. (I just had $10’s and $20’s). No change given (funny how a food and beer tab came to an exact multiple of $10) and no receipt was shown. Ok, so it was only 3 or 4 dollars I was short-changed. And as no receipt was ever shown, I’m guessing some of my drinks went directly from tap to glass, and missed the register….