157 West Adams Street
Stockton, CA 95204
San Joaquin County
Phone: (209) 464-2739
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Valley Brew Family Restaurant, Traditional brewhouse cuisine in a sports memorabilia atmosphere. Handcrafted ales, lagers, pilsners, stouts and full bar. Beer labels, clothing, glassware and collectibles store. Largest outdoor patio in the area.
by Derek Hartney on
I must say... After enough sub-par experiences at Ruby Skye next door- show up early, skip the line and head on over to Slide. This club is also a great bridge-way for your friends who aren't particularly huge house fans (as they mix a 'lil of everything, 80's, 90's, pop) while slightly housifying the tunes. The last time I was there a couple of years ago, they even busted out some African drums - gotta love it, live "tribal" house! Granted, it may get a little crowded later in the evening. But you don't feel like you're going to get stepped on, have broken glass rain down on you or get "moshed" by shady people.
by Orlando Agriesti on
Where Douchebaggery meets 6th Street Bro-ness and a sprinkle of skanks. I used to like Pure. They used to offer top shelf liquor for $1, $2 for doubles, on Thursdays. That was about a year and a half ago. It used to be THE go-to place to get our evenings started on Thursday. Since they stopped that special, I've stopped visiting. Other than a good drink special, there's no reason to visit the place. It's as tacky on the inside as it is on the outside. So are most of the visitors (ZING!). It totally doesn't fit in with the collegiate spirit of 6th st. It sticks out like a sore thumb. The fake 'posh' interior is very superficial and attracts the type of clientele that appreciate such decor. To their credit, they mix drinks well but the 3 floor layout creates for a lack of centralization. The only real dance floor is on the 3rd floor but the music is terrible. The DJs love a bad mash-up and old school hip-hop that is barely danceable. Overall the place is just not worth the long line to get into.
by robert a. on
The 21 is a great local/dive bar. Nothing fancy, just good drinks at great prices and a street scene that is not to be believed. Frank runs a tight ship and that lends itself to a feeling of safety which is amazing considering the neighborhood. There use to be a bar kitty-corner that believe it or not had an older clientele, it's been closed down, which is really a shame as it was quite the adventure running back and forth between the two the whole time dodging the street urchins