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The Loaded Dog closed it's doors on Dec 30, 2017 due to a fire but I feel I need to praise and compliment them for their excellent service, hosting of events and live music sbows.
Tbe staff: Awesome! Always cheerful and friendly.
The food: Wickedly...More
My band has played at the Loaded Dog several times.
The Loaded Dog is a spacious sports bar that has live music on Fridays and Saturdays. This is not an upscale pub, but a down-to-earth venue for basic pub food and drinks. If you are...More
Good food and music ruined by New Years Eve doorman, he accused me of drinking in my vehicle, the only food and drinks I consumed, are the ones I paid for at The Loaded Dog. We were a bunch of seniors listening to old music,...More
From pulling up. They had a nasty, broken down wood table chained to what I assume a ashtray. Looked like something you would see in a third world country.
My son (21) and I walked into the entrance, maybe 20 people scattered around. One waitress,...More
Visited twice during my weekend stay and was pleased both times. The wait staff is very friendly and accommodating. As busy as it was, they often checked on us to see if we needed anything. The food was good; nothing stood out as outstanding though....More
Date of experience: March 2015
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