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Happy Hour: Jesse's Xtreme Sports Bar

The Place: Jesse's Xtreme Sports Bar, 5442 W. Atlantic Blvd., Margate. Call 954-917-2855.

The Hours: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday 2 to 7 p.m. Thursday open to close. Friday 2 to 9 p.m.

The Deal: Half-price wells and calls. Fifty cent discounted price on all beers.

The Digs: Jesse's is the local place to enjoy intense sports action without, well, having to be extreme yourself. Located between

the Turnpike and 441, its sign beckons passers-by with its blonde backward-capped mascot sitting

inside the bar's vortex-shaped logo. Inside,

Jesse's looks like any other sports den: plenty of beer signage, TVs,

bar games, and dining tables at which to sit back and watch the game.

The difference at Jesse's is that the TVs are just as likely to feature

snowboarding, wakeboarding, surfing, and other similarly-spirited

recreational hazards on FuelTV as they are more conventional pastimes

like football on ESPN or the PGA tour on the Golf Channel. The décor

caters to younger tastes with surfboards, skateboards, and snowboards

exemplifying the character of the space. Even the menu is interspersed

with quotes from "Toni" Hawk and "Kelli" Slater praising the food.

Scarface memorabilia also hangs on the walls. Al Pacino, after all, is

way extreme, right?

The Verdict: If you live in or near Margate, and you're

looking for a neighborhood sports bar with some action-sports flavor,

this is it. The food and drinks are cheap. And in addition to the happy

hour, there are regular drink and food (even a Dart Grab Bag) specials

throughout the week. Surf their website to keep abreast on the specials.

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Pat Rothblatt

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