Each parking spot was full in entrance of The Gamers Grille, 4456 Hendricks Ave., and earlier than the Jaguars completed the primary quarter towards the Houston Texans, two faucets had already run dry.
Excuse the pun, however as Aaron Curtis, a fan with a Blake Bortles jersey and a pitcher of beer, put it, “it’s the right storm. Individuals are excited concerning the Jaguars, after which there’s the storm.”
The bar was packed final yr throughout Hurricane Matthew, too, however a variety of these individuals had misplaced energy. This time, individuals are simply stir loopy, Curtis stated. “Everyone’s been targeted on the hurricane for every week. We’re able to give attention to soccer.”
Curtis stated Hurricane Harvey made Jaguars followers virtually apologetic for eager to beat the Texans. However because of Irma, “we’re each battered groups now.”
As he stated that, Dante Fowler Jr. stripped he ball and ran it in for a landing. The bar’s staff sounded a loud buzzer.
“We’re all the time open for the neighborhood,” proprietor George Sarkees stated.
The bar has a generator, and he stated he’s stored monitor of Hurricane Irma’s path.
If issues flip worse, he might think about closing up, however he’s planning on staying open for Sunday night time soccer and even Monday night time. The larger drawback he faces is a scarcity of meals and beer. The supply truck didn’t present up this weekend.
However “individuals are fairly straightforward to please right now,” he stated.