VINCE NEIL To Open Dr. Feelgood's Bar In Palm Beach

According to Florida's Palm Beach Post, MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman Vince Neil, former Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Todd Wade and former Florida Gator southpaw quarterback Bob Hewko just signed a partnership with M&M to open a rock 'n' roll themed bar-restaurant in West Palm Beach named Dr. Feelgood's Rock Bar, after the 1989 album by Neil's band. The joint, in the space currently occupied by MonkeyClub, will be stuffed with Neil memorabilia and his Harley collection. The bar area will be designed to look like a pharmacy, the liquor bottles will be displayed between oversized pharmaceuticals and the bartenders will wear sexy nurses' uniforms.

"Vince has a condo in Miami Beach and we met through a mutual friend," Mash said. "We've been talking to him about this for a while. He wants to give a free concert for the grand opening. He loves the location."

Next door, former Bravo cable network "Top Chef" star Stephen Asprinio, 24, is scheduled to open Forte Di Asprinio, an Italian joint, with his uncle, Palm Beach moneybags Bob Cuillo. He is founder of the nearby Cuillo Centre for the Arts.

"They're both putting money into that project," Mash said. "People go to dinner there, then go for a drink at Dr. Feelgood."

A third new place with the feel of an NYC-style club, Rebar, and a fourth, Lost Weekend, are also planned at the complex.


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