Greeley Grindhouse Presents…

Planet of DinosaursWoohooo! It’s Greeley Grindhouse time at Greeley Avenue Bar and Grill this Thursday, July 24th, at 7:20 p.m. Join us for “Planet of Dinosaurs” made in 1977.

After mechanical issues on the spaceship Odyssey, Captain Lee Norsythe (Louie Lawless) is forced to crash land on a planet with atmosphere and conditions very similar to Earth. As the ship sinks into the lake, communications officer Cindy (Mary Appleseth) realizes that she forgot the radio in the ship and attempts to retrieve it, with the assistance of fellow crew-member Chuck (Chuck Pennington). During the search, Cindy is attacked and killed by an unidentified creature. Chuck decides continuing the search for the radio isn’t the best idea and leaves it behind.

Realizing that they are stranded, the remaining eight people decide to explore the planet. After exploring for a while they run into a Brontosaurus, and it dawns on them that the planet is following a similar evolutionary track as Earth, but is millions of years behind.

Their luck doesn’t improve as Charlotte (Charlotte Speer) realizes that the plant life, especially the berries, are poisonous, and Lee witnesses a fight between a Stegosaurus and a large Tyrannosaurus.  Lee decides that the best option is to climb the mountains and reach higher ground where he thinks the creatures will be unable to reach them.

During the climb, Nyla (Pamela Bottaro) slips and loses the entire supply of food rations. In a cave higher up the mountain, Vice-President of Spaceways Incorporated Harvey Baylor (Harvey Shain) discovers a nest full of eggs. After stealing an egg, Harvey is attacked and killed by a Centrosaurus. Soon after, much to ship engineer Jim’s (James Whitworth) dismay, Lee decides to halt the expedition and settle at what he considers an area where they can defend themselves and the idea of never being rescued is now beginning to settle in. After several more encounters, including a giant spider, Struthiomimus and an Allosaurus, the large Tyrannosaurus arrives and kills Derna, demolishing the stockade in the process.

So what happens next with this crew who is dwindling away? Will they be rescued or are they forever left to fend themselves against dangerous dinosaurs? Will they stick together as a team or turn on each other as well?

Find out this Thursday night, July 24th, at 7:20 p.m.

Have a great week and we’ll see ya there!


Happy Holidays From Greeley Avenue Bar and Grill

holiday drinkGreeley Avenue Sports Bar and Grill will open normal hours on December 24th, 25th and 26th. They will offer a pork roast dinner Christmas Day.

It doesn’t get much better than great food, strong drink, family and friends for the holidays. And, if you aren’t cooking this year bring the crew in to warm your toes and heart at Greeley Avenue Sports Bar and Grill.

Here’s your holiday holidayootball schedule:

Sunday, December 29th:

  • Panthers at Falcons
  • Packers at Bears
  • Texans at Titans
  • Browns at Steelers
  • Redskins at Giants
  • Ravens at Bengals
  • Eagles at Cowboys
  • Jaguars at Colts
  • Jets at Dolphins
  • Lions at Vikings
  • Bills at Patriots
  • Buccaneers at Saints
  • Broncos at Raiders
  • 49ers at Cardinals
  • Chiefs at Chargers
  • Rams at Seahawks

NFL Thursday night games ended December 12th leaving us with Sunday and Monday nights through December 23rd, and then reduced to Sundays. Of course you won’t miss a single game at Greeley Avenue with their abundance of TV’s!

And of course the playoffs are moving in fast! Seattle Seahawks are still doing well and clinched a wildcard this year along with the Denver Broncos. The Indianapolis Colts have clinched their division as well. We wait to see how the other teams will play out as we begin the further narrowing process and fight for the Super Bowl title.

Speaking of Superbowl it’s outside for the first time ever and will be hosted in New Jersey at MetLife Stadium, February 2nd.

It seems to soon to speak of February, but January 1st, 2014 is around the corner! If you haven’t made plans to celebrate yet, stay tuned for the upcoming announcements.

Also, don’t forget to join us Wednesday nights with  Roy Smallwood and Quizzies. It’s loads of fun and an ever growing popular event that keeps growing. So come one in, grab a burger and drink, and use your trivia skills!

Have a great week and we’ll see ya there!

Greeley Grindhouse Presents…

Blood FreakIt’s Greeley Grindhouse time once again! Mac Bell will show a killer turkey movie to celebrate the upcoming Thanksgiving day. Join Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill on Tuesday, November 19th at 7:20 PM for a showing of Blood Freak.

This movie was born in 1972 and follows Vietnam Veteran Herschell (Steve Hawkes).  While taking a ride on his motorcycle he stops to help a young woman named Angel, played by Heather Hughes, who experienced car difficulties. Herschell takes Angel back to her home where he meets her sister, Anne, (played by Dana Cullivan), and several of her friends who are smoking weed. Although Herschell declines the weed, it isn’t long before he changes his mind, engages and immediately finds himself addicted.

Herschell goes on to find a job at a local turkey farm where he meets two scientists who are experimenting by testing certain chemicals on turkey meat. Herschell agrees to participate in a test by eating some of the turkey meat; to convince him to agree, the scientists bribe him with more marijuana. After eating the entire turkey, he passes out and suffers a seizure. The two scientists eventually find him, and terrified of their experiments being discovered, they dump Herschell’s body in the woods. But Herschell isn’t dead. When he wakes up he discovers his head is now a giant turkey’s head instead of his own! And, instead of craving weed, he now craves the blood of other addicts!

After finding Anne and asking for help, she agrees, but after Herschell kills three people to satisfy his habit, Anne finally goes to two friends to stop Herschell. Their plan? Beheading him with a machete. Will they succeed or will Herschell continue to reek havoc upon the community?

Show up and find out!

A bit of trivia: throughout the film, director Brad Grinter periodically appears to offer his commentary on the action.

Have a great week and we’ll see ya there!

Football and Halloween at Greeley Avenue Bar and Grill

We are a week away from Halloween! 2013 has flown by and the upcoming holidays will arrive before we know it, but in the meantime Greeley has some football!

The Ducks and Beavers are having a great year so far! UCLA travels to Oregon to meet the Ducks at Autzen Stadium Saturday, October 26th. That same day Stanford will travel to Corvallis where they play the BeaversBeavers. Their kickoff occurs at 7:30 p.m. If you aren’t making the drive to the stadiums, Greeley has you covered. Grab your buddies and come on over where you’ll receive fantastic service, choices from a great menu and a full bar to choose from.

Everyone’s talking NFL, who’s hot and who’s not. The Seahawks lost by a touchdown to the Indianapolis Colts a few weeks ago which cost them their status of being undefeated. I’m sure we would all love to see them at the Superbowl this year so hopefully they will stay focused and move forward.

Other teams that are kicking butt include the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs. Although, the Broncos lost their undefeated position also against the Colts last Sunday, they are utilizing Peyton Manning and seeing huge gains overalll.  It’s been a while since the Chiefs have done well, but their proving themselves so far this season. Here’s your upcoming schedule:

Thursday, October 24th:

  • Panthers at Bucaneers

Sunday, October 27th:

  • 49ers at Jaguars
  • Browns at Chiefs
  • Dolphins at Patriots
  • Bills at Saints
  • Cowboys at Lions
  • Giants at Eagles
  • Steelers at Raiders
  • Jets at Bengals
  • Falcons at Cardinals
  • Redskins at Broncos
  • Packers at Vikings

Monday, October 28th:

  • Seahawks at Rams

Don’t forget Quizzies with Roy Smallwood Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Greeley Grindhouse will play a horror flick on Tuesday the 29th so stay tuned for details!

Halloween is next week so stop by Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill in costume and get a free drink! Who can say no to free?

Have a great week and we’ll see ya there!

Did Someone Say Tap?

GAIt’s that time of year where the leaves change color, the air has an undercurrent of coolness and the mornings are crisp and clean. It’s a beautiful time of year, but with that also comes the rain. The rain frustrates some, but Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill is still you’re steady place to go offering a number of sports on their TVs, wrapping you in warmth, serving hot food while you dry off from the rain, great choices of beer and other delicious beverages.

In fact, Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill offers 17 beers on tap, including Hop Trip, Lagunitas IPA, Ninkasai IPA, Angry Orchard Cider, Fat Tire and more. There’s always the rotating taps as well, and right now you can order:

  • HUB Organic IPX
  • Everybody’s Brewing Country Boy IPA
  • Oakshire Line Dry Rye
  • Deschutes Twilight

Deshurtes Twilight offers a light, but full-flavored aromatic Ale. This beer pours golden orange with a thick white head and nice lacing, citrus hops, lemon peel, and sweet malt. It’s a well-balanced flavor slightly on the sweet side. It offers an ABV of 5%.

Just don’t forget those are subject to change when they run out, so grab them while you can!

Here’s your upcoming NFL schedule:

Thursday, October 10th:

  • New York Giants at Bears

Sunday, October 13th:

  • Packers at Ravens
  • Bengals at Bills
  • Lions at Browns
  • Rams at Texans
  • Panthers at Vikings
  • Raiders at Chiefs
  • Steelers at Jets
  • Eagles at Buccaneers
  • Jaguars at Broncos
  • Titans at Seahawks
  • Saints at Patriots
  • Cardinals at 49ers
  • Redskins at Cowboys

Monday, October 14th:

  • Colts at Chargers

Welcome and thank you to all the new subscribers! Have a great week and we’ll see ya there!

Poker Player Appreciation Night!!!

pokerPlayer Appreciation October 1st

Tuesday October 1st Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill is teaming up with Stumptown to host Poker Player Appreciation night!!

What does that entail you ask?

First there will be free dinner provided by Greeley Avenue Bar at 6:30pm for all poker players in attendance! After your tummies are filled with awesome food and drinks poker will kick off at 7pm!

Stumptown Poker will be sure this night is DOUBLE POINTS & DOUBLE KOs!!

On top of a FREE dinner and tons of points there will be a 1st place prize: $25 tournament buy in gift certificate to Encore Club

So come join the fun while Greeley Avenue Bar & Grill and Stumptown Poker say thank you for your on going support!

 With out you the poker players non of this would be possible!

Have a great week, and we’ll see ya there!

What’s Happening at Greeley Sports Bar?

DucksWhat’s happening at Greeley Sports Bar & Grill this week? Well, sports of course.

This is Oregon’s favorite time of year while everyone cheers on the Oregon Ducks. Here are some fast facts for the team so far (subject to change):

  • Of Oregon’s 17 touchdown drives, 15 have lasted less than two minutes.
  • The Ducks rank last (125th) in the FBS in time of possession at 20:35:50 per game – nearly three minutes less than the next closest team (Hawaii, 23:21:00).
  • UO ranks seventh nationally in scoring defense (6.5 points per game) despite facing the third-most plays (86.5 per game) of any defense in the FBS.
  • Oregon’s 90 straight sellouts at Autzen Stadium is now the third-longest active streak in the country, trailing only Nebraska and Notre Dame.

And a big welcome to the new comers! Four freshmen played in the season-opener vs. Nicholls: OL Cameron Hunt, TE Johnny Mundt, DE Torrodney Prevot and K Matt Wogan, LB Tyrell Robinson and RB Thomas Tyner.

Don’t miss the first conference game of the season against California at the Duck Stadium. Can’t see it live? Come on into Greeley, grab a cold beer, kick back and enjoy the game!

Here’s your upcoming NFL schedule for week four:

Thursday, September 26th:

  • San Francisco at St. Louis

Sunday, September 29th:

  • Baltimore at Buffalo
  • Cincinnati at Cleveland
  • Chicago at Detroit
  • NY Giants at Kansas City
  • Pittsburgh at Minnesota
  • Arizona at Tampa Bay
  • Indianapolis at Jacksonville
  •  Seattle at Houston
  • NY Jets at Tennessee
  • Philadelphia at Denver
  • Dallas at San Diego
  • Washington at Oakland
  • New England at Atlanta

Monday, September 30th:

  • Miami at New Orleans

Thanks to everyone who attended “Greeley Grindhouse”! Don’t forget to join us at Greeley Avenue every Wednesday evening for Quizzies. The fun and games begin at 6 p.m.

Have a great week, and we’ll see ya there!