Catch a Game & a Pizza at Johnny's
For the first time in a good long while I stayed up past my bedtime. I went to an event with friends and afterward someone suggested that we head to Johnny Malloy's for a bite to eat. It was probably 9:00 p.m. when we got there, which was an ordeal and a source of conversation for some time. I'm sure I'll hear about it again, too.
A good many people didn't know that part of town so I casually mentioned, it's where the Whales Tale use to be. I was instantly a time stamped photo and they all howled with laughter. One person even exclaimed that I had to live here at least twenty five years to now that place. So what. ;) So, I've been to the Whales Tale. It was back in the day and I had the energy.
If you're looking for a good place to catch a game, grab a bite to eat or blow off some steam on the weekend, Johnny Malloy's is a great place to hang out. There are so many TV's that every person can see a game without craning their neck around. We watched Texas vs. Texas Tech and it was a nailbiter to the very end.
Thank gosh I don't do late nights often. Fortunately I stayed out on time change and was technically home by 11. Yeah, I'm a *real* party dog.
If you're looking for Johnny Malloy's and you're not sure where the Whales Tale used to be here's the *Lumberjack* directions: SW Corner of Bonita Beach Road and Old 41 (across the street from the dog track) it's the spanking new plaza.
This is their official site: http://www.johnnymalloys.com/ourlocations/bonita_springs.aspx
Here's a real map that's not drawn by Lumbjack: Map to Johnny Malloy's