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Whiskey Pete's Saloon
1925 24th St
Port Huron, MI 48060
Saint Clair County
Phone: (810) 989-7669
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by jordan on
Yeah its under new management! there is a large variety of beer and liquor and TONS of drink specials! Mon night football has $2 longnecks, Tues night Sons of anarchy parties with $5 pitchers and $2 wells, Weds is $1.50 longnecks all day, Fri and Sat nights DJ and Karaoke. Pete's is definitely the place to be!!
by The Associate on
TOP GUN TIM with TNT Entertainment is back at Whiskey Pete's with KARAOKE on Thursday, Friday and Saturday's. He is working with the new owner Paul to get Pete's back in full swing. They are doing a great njob. I havn't had as much fun as I did this weekend in a long time. Keep up the great work guys !!!
by Theressa Cosden on
I've been meaning to try this place out and I finally found someone worth taking, so I was pretty excited.  They had 2 types of Toro which is pretty unusual for a sushi restaurant in Atlanta.  You'll be lucky to get any kind of fresh Toro in Atlanta, but they had their regular Toro and the Better than regular Toro.  I was very impressed with the marblelized texture of the Better than Regular Toro.  It was delicious, although a little pricey, but when it melted in my mouth, I was satisfied.  I would go here just to eat the Toro once in awhile. Whenever I eat sushi, I usually order sashimi and a few rolls so we had a variety of sushi at our table to munch on.  Overall I wish the food would've came out all at once instead of coming out 1 or 2 at a time.  Turns out the best rolls we had came out at the end when me and the lady friend were already stuffed.  However she did find enough room in her belly to try the black sesame mochi which was well worth it.
by biker trash on
Whiskey petes was a biker bar long long before ev & rachel. ev cleaned it up a lot and I agree rachel did run off most of the customers, me included. And it has always been a dive, but its the patrons that have always made petes, petes. Itd not a place for martini drinkers, or anyone looking for a "classy joint" but not everyone is comfortable in that kind of an uptight atmosphere and us biker trash enjoy our little home away from home! I dont walk into your prissy house and whine about how clean it is, so if you dont like our crappy little dive bar with a killer personality, then get back to your side of town and quit slummin it!
by Johnny Smith on
It's a rats nest! Think "Clint Eastwoods-Any Which Way but Loose" biker types hang in here.
by notgoing on
More new owners, it hasn't been this dirty in 5yrs. NO TP, NO paper towels...trash everywhere! Prices up, the service is so slow you might as well bring your own, at least you'll get a drink. Unless your 20 the bands SUCK, way to loud. BAD BAD BAD
by Tawny Briante on
This place is fun, hip and the music is fantastic--but they are very racist. dont expect to get in here if you have a group of of non white people.
by Michelle A. on
My red Hatters and I went to the Sunday It's a DRAG brunch.. and this is a must for everyone. This was a classy place and the people were friendly.  I wish it went on longer but it is worth the money. The food was YUMMY and plenty!
by Miller lite on
I was just at this bar om 3-11-08 we had the best time! Maybe some of these people should get off there a_s an come on in. You can't make a conment unless you show up! You can bet I will be there this weekend! Great job!
by Miller party on
This is a great place to party and let your hair down. I have the very best time!
by O WISE ONE on
Just wanted to weigh in on the topic of changes in this bar. Pete's used to be frequented by the neighborhood crowd who were just interested in somewhere to chat with there friends & be able to have a drink with out the kids bugging them. Our interests were pretty much like any other neighborhood watering hole for that time (God I am feeling so ancient right, you needed to go to the "city" or somewhere closer to it at least. Then something happend to our culture. The onslaught of Electronics. Along with that, our children got older & also had money to spend & for some unknown reason were more discerning in their tastes, so came along newer & better drinks ( tho you\ll NEVER hear me say that Yeager Meister is anything but gasoline in a bottle! ugh!!) and then came along another thing that is still taking getting used to ,at least for me. KAREOKE. (sp) Bars were NOT the same. And our kids who were fast becoming "legal" had much more say in how they were entertained even while, much to my distress, at MY bar! Okay. Kareoke is here to stay. the music on the juke box (yeah there's an oldie but goodie for ya.), had titles I had never heard before by strange & scary names like "garbage" & "fuel". My point here is everything changes & not always for the better. I give anyone credit for even attempting to make a living in such a tough market. Kudos for not only trying but clearly succeeding in spite of all the negativity that so obviously has manifested itself in then guise of "helpful" feedback. At the end of the day, if one doesn't like the atmosphere albeit here or ANYWHERE they are spending their own money..they have the option to just...not go. To you nay sayers.. PLEASE.. just do that. Cheers
by O WISE ONE on
Just wanted to weigh in on the topic of changes in this bar. Pete's used to be frequented by the neighborhood crowd who were just interested in somewhere to chat with there friends & be able to have a drink with out the kids bugging them. Our interests were pretty much like any other neighborhood watering hole for that time (God I am feeling so ancient right, you needed to go to the "city" or somewhere closer to it at least. Then something happend to our culture. Te onslaught of Electronics. Along with that, our children got older & also had money to spend & for some unknown reason were more discerning in their tastes, so came along newer & better drinks ( tho you'll NEVER hear me say that Yeager Meister is anything but gasoline in a bottle! ugh!!) and then came along another thing that is still taking getting used to ,at least for me. KAREOKE. (sp) Bars were NOT the same. And our kids who were fast becoming "legal" had much more say in how they were entertained even while, much to my distress, at MY bar! Okay. Kareoke is here to stay. the music on the juke box (yeah there's an oldie but goodie for ya.), had titles I had never heard before by strange & scary names like "garbage" & "fuel". My point here is everything changes & not always for the better. I give anyone credit for even attempting to make a living in such a tough market. Kudos for not only trying but clearly succeeding in spite of all the negativity that so obviously has manifested itself in then guise of "helpful" feedback. At the end of the day, if one doesn't like the atmosphere albeit here or ANYWHERE they are spending their own money..they have the option to just...not go. To you nay sayers.. PLEASE.. just do that. Cheers
by Another Loyal Patron on
I like what they have done at Pete's. The D.J. is great tries to get everyones music up. The night bartenders are great they tend to everyones cares. Keep upthe good work guys. The day tender could use some work if I want to see tit's I will go to a strip club.
by N/A on
I love whiskey pete's. It's one of the better bars in port huron. The dj top gun tim rocks! I hate it when bands play there... there just is'nt enough room plus tim's a lot better! As far as the bartenders go smurf is the best! She's so sweet and respects her customers. Jewels is awesome too. But as far as this new girl (T) she isnt so respective twords her customers let alone herself. But the over all score I give Pete's is a 4. Get rid of (T) and it will be a 5!
by J to the F to the P on
I happen to think that whiskey pete's is a great place for family and friends. With the new owners there's less drama and no bullshit is taken. with this, this helps people enjoy a more relaxing atmosphere. and anyone that has a damn problem with whiskey petes... just stay away. and as far as what port huron critic has to say... i fully agree with every word.
by J to the F to the P on
Whiskey Petes is a nice place to go as long as you go during the night hours where the bar tenders have more respect for them selves. I have been in there on a few occasions during the day while the bar tender (we will call her t) has lifted her top to get bigger tips and when that fails she will serve a beer or a mix drink and instead of it going in the till it goes in her tip jug! Get a life girl!
by PORT HURON CRITIC on
new customer with a new home:I found Whiskey Pete's to be great little bar with a HUGE personality. The D.J. ROCKS and has a wide variety of music to please just about anyone. and actually comes out and asks customers what their requests (if any) are.He is very polite and looks out for everyone in the bar. I feel safe and relaxed knowing that.The night time bar tenders rock also,great personalities and kindness to match.The daytime bartenders need better business and morals skills,if i want to see bare tits I\'ll go to Bisco\'s for that.(anything to get a tip i guess,hey honey Da Ja vu is hiring)I haven't seen or heard of any drugs in this bar so don't believe the rumors.This obviously is not a biker bar as so claimed. this is a people's bar where everyone is part of an extended family.Like is said by the D.J.(once you come to Whiskey Pete's you're no longer a stranger you're part of the family.AWESOME JOB STAFF KEEP IT UP!
by K.M.W. on
This place rocks! Very friendly bartenders that are on the ball. No complaints here. They just started serving food. Awesome! Keep it up girls. K.M.W. from St.Clair Michigan
by Loyal Patron on
In regards to the coward who did not leave their name, I happen to frequent the above stated establishment and enjoy the new astmoshere. Bikers are still welcome and do frequent this establishment ,most of them are respected members of the community. As for the accusations on drugs,these are unfounded rumors that are created by people like you that probably are no longer permitted in the establishment. Furthermore the business seems to be doing quite well without people like you...and guess what your address is availble for coment as well!!!! Looking forward to your next round of slander.
by One of hundreds of dissapointed Ex-Patrons on
Whiskey Pete's used to be a great place for family and friends in kind up until about four years ago. Since the sale of the establishment there has been a steady decline in the atmosphere. Some changes that were made to the property were very positive and productive, however the element of the custmers has changed. Unfortunately all of us "Good old boys & gals" that were a welcome part of the atmosphere have been replaced with the declining youth and trouble-makers. What used to be a great down home bar full of the spirit of the american biker has been replaced by a bunch of hip hop crack headed rollers. I find it unfortnate that this place that many of us used to call home has been destroyed by the wacky owner who has managed to run off all of her loyal customers because she is desparate to fit in with todays youth and revels that they look up to her while they kiss her ass and provide her with the free drugs that she is completely strung out on. Very sad and unfortunate. It would be great if she sold to a decent buyer who could reclaim the nostalgic atmosphere that once existed there.
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