Alligator strolls into a Huntington Beach bar! | KCET
Alligator strolls into a Huntington Beach bar!
If anything this should speak volumes of good for Johnny’s, whose 30+ Yelp reviews make it one of HB’s most highly regarded night dives. Any bar worth bringing an alligator to in the middle of the day is at least worth a beer. If the praise is deserved (which on Yelp is usually a safe bet) it might be worth to brave the risk of reptile-borne dismemberment and stop by for a drink if you’re in the area?
Alligator photo taken by flickr user respres and used under a Creative Commons license.
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