Average Dive Bar Near The Dunellen Train Station.
Compared to the other extremely boring/lame bars in Dunellen, this place has no choice but to be their number one dive bar. However, this place is still just a no-thrills bar where some strange patrons enjoy going to. The male bartender appeared to not really care much about his job and wasn't friendly at all nor did he make you feel welcomed. There was also this girl (appeared to be on coke) who just flirted with every male in the bar and I was told she was a regular. Either way, she looked like a street walker high on something, so I would stay away from her if I were you. The jukebox played ALL rock music, with very little variety. This place would be a little better if they actually put some good country albums, some oldies, and southern rock on their jukebox. Yeah, you could download the songs for an extra buck, but $2 just to hear one song isn't worth it. Basically, if you're stuck in Dunellen waiting for your next train, it's nice dive to hang out in for a drink or two. They DO have $1 PBR on draft. Otherwise, I wouldn't recommend this place.