SAMMY HAGAR's Atlantic City Bar Damaged By Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy has wreaked significant damage to Sammy Hagar‘s Beach Bar & Grill in Atlantic City, New Jersey, which was arguably the worst hit of a string of resort towns. Hagar says, "Hope all Redheads and Beach Bar & Grill staff are safe and dry! Here is a look at the damage — we will rebuild!"

Located at Bally's Atlantic City Hotel and casino since May 2010, the restaurant is only open from May through Labor Day weekend.

Profits from the Beach Bar & Grill go to the Hagar Family Foundation, which supports local children’s charities.

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VAN HALEN's former frontman owns nightlife venues in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Las Vegas and St. Louis, and with his branding on this oceanfront deck, Bally's remade the beachfront bar an outdoor destination with nightly entertainment and all-day deals on drinks.


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