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#41 Aug 4, 2012
Resident wrote:
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Too many violations? Ex Con? You sound like just the sort of people we need around here. Now if we can only have Charlie Manson released, he can form a band and play there.
REALLY, u stupid moron!! Brutally killing innocent people, cutting babies out of their mommy's belly is EXACTLY the same as as letting a few too many people in ur popular hang out and getting cited for it!! It's stupid, ignorant, imbread a##holes like u that makes tge rest if us look bad. Do us all a favor and don't speak or type ever again.
My girlfriends and I frequently visited J. Sitters and always felt safe and well taken care of. Thank u Greg. U always ran a tight ship. I would support u again and I wish u all the best.
We all have husband's and kids now, but we still take our girls nights out and need a nice safe place to have a few drinks and come home to our husbands as happy wife's!!!!!!!
Make a big menu for Lunch and dinner!" That's my only request! Thanks!!!!

Richmond, KY

#42 Aug 17, 2012
OMG, I have never heard such idiots spatting political bullshit about this bar that they know nothing about. If any of u recall, Sutters was the longest running nightclub in Richmond. They were sooo profitable on those three days that they were packed out that they didn't have to worry about the other days. As for who was speaking about Richmond not allowing another wild and crazy bar in town, maybe you should get out more, the little hole in the wall establishments do run wild but their too small for the ABC to give a damn. I would think people of Richmond and the parents of EKU students( I am one) would rather their children hang at a local establishment where they can simply call a cab than go to Lexington and take the chance at driving all the way home. I myself am not naive enough to think my child will not be in the bars around here so if she's going to do it I would rather it be close. Also, my children were apart of Sutters family for many years and are just fine!! As for Greg, the owner of Sutters that WAS in jail, he has done his time and is no more worse for wear, don't worry he would never have to step foot in the place because he has friends like me that would run it for him!! All I can say about the judgmental idiots out there is, IF YOU DON'T LIKE WHAT WE DO< STAY THE HELL OUT!!!!! We won't miss you!!

Richmond, KY

#43 Aug 17, 2012
Oh Hell, details, details details. RUMORS RUMORS RUMORS Yes Greg has done his time and no he didn't shoot her there, I know Greg sees that time in his life as an unfortunate happening of events. He dealt with his consequences and is through that tragic part of his life. He is not happy about what happened and will never forget it, but as we all do, he must move forward with his life. If u truly knew the details it would all make sense to the educated individuals that know and love Greg! Greg, we got your back!! We love you! No worries!

Richmond, KY

#44 Aug 17, 2012
Does any body remember eating urinal biscuits in the bath room at the old j sutters or am I the only one?

Pecatonica, IL

#46 Sep 8, 2012
Greg Price wrote:
People of Richmond let me hear your voice Do u want J Sutters Mill back????
It wouldn't be bad, however, a body would have to be slick to keep it in controll. The old one drew peeps from three counties and i haven't the faintest idea of how they kept it from gettin clicky or themed. I almost grabbed a brick when they raised it to the ground. I am confident the buisness would be lucradive if managed properly, and many miss the exitement of a "line around the corner" dountown. Locally owned would be a big bonus pluss pluss for this buisness venture.
On the job

Richmond, KY

#47 Sep 8, 2012
Miller wrote:
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many miss the exitement of a "line around the corner" dountown. Locally owned would be a big bonus pluss pluss for this buisness venture.

Who misses the excitement of out of control kids that are here to get an education all laying drunk downtown because someone is sorry enough to sell booze.

No! Richmond does not need or want another drunk hang out or the trash that would open one.

Since: Jun 12

Brownsville, TN

#48 Sep 8, 2012
On the job wrote:
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Who misses the excitement of out of control kids that are here to get an education all laying drunk downtown because someone is sorry enough to sell booze.
No! Richmond does not need or want another drunk hang out or the trash that would open one.
Sour Puss much?
What do you want these kids to do on the weekend stay home and learn how to quilt? Sheesh.... Nothing wrong with having a little fun every now and again. If these kids don't have any place to go around here legally they will find a place that isn't legal and do it.

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#51 Sep 10, 2012
He shot his wife and ad guy she was with for cheating on him. Shot her in her puss or the guy in the nuts something like that. didnt kill them as I recall. But It was a while ago and i was living out of town then and not sure about exact details. I am sure someone will share.
IFNIRECALL you are correct he did shoot his "soon to be ex wife" they had been separated for months. He also threatened a Richmond City officer. He caused physical damage to her for life. He served his time but Richmond logistics have changed and the city wouldn't support a bar, times have changed.
what the

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#52 Sep 10, 2012
Some of these people actually think that owning a bar is illegal and the city wouldn't let them open J. Sutters? This town must be full of idiots. A legal business will be allowed to operate in the city of Richmond. We have several bars now, but no dance clubs. I say bring back Sutters! At least people won't be taking their money to Lexington. If it's done right, it will thrive. I hear people all the time saying they wished we still had clubs to go to here. A place where they can dance and have fun. Last time I checked, it was still legal. This ain't Footloose.

Ironton, OH

#53 Sep 11, 2012
No, the place was nasty. thats why concrete was poured down the drain.
love bone

Richmond, KY

#54 Sep 11, 2012
The hunting was very good in the early days.

Somerset, KY

#55 Oct 24, 2012
The Dog, J.Sutters, Silver Star, O'rileys, T. Bombs, Talk of the town. Fat Cats Phome 3 Tazwells End Zone Pacos, Wesley's Maverick Club, Circle H. Blue Moon. Iron Gate Bananas, Taylors etc been to them all got drunk as heck. My name is Slammy from Palmer Hall 2nd floor back in 91-93 94-97 jammed with Dewayne Stumbo milbly, jamie and the barbourville girls party on all the way
I was there

Dayton, OH

#56 Mar 16, 2013
The Real Truth-T wrote:
You guys need to do your research about successful businesses. Sutter's and several other bars were open for 10-15 years +/-. The SBA and other research shows most businesses only last 1-3 years if that much. Sutter's went longer than that before it was sold. Often, second owner's don't fair as well for a collection of reasons, not related to the viability of the business.
I would guess the primary reason for the businesses like Sutter's etc, closing up shop downtown was the change in the local law that allowed alcohol to be sold outside of downtown, primarily the bypass. Small Businesses often disappear overnight as a result of a single change in a local, state or federal law.
As for the comments about infected EKU students and doing away with EKU. If your daddy had not married his sister you wouldn't be like that so it's not your fault. You're a victim, go collect your next welfare check.
Sutter's was a great place and ran by very good people I just wish it was still in town. I know Greg and Eian would make it right if it were at all possible
Blast from the Past

Tucker, GA

#57 Mar 16, 2013
It was a great place for a great time, even if some idiots took it too far. Another like it would thrive.

Some folks tend to think all booze is bad, because of their upbringing or whatever. Rational people realize that reality doesn't conform to totalitarian, often religiously-biased notions of propriety and ridiculousness. They are welcome to stay home and practice being self-righteous and brow-beat their kids into the next generation of ignorant, fearful podunks, and those of us who can have fun in moderation can look forward to enjoying a drink with friends at such establishments when and if they should return.

To each their own.

Lexington, KY

#58 Mar 18, 2013
The Real Truth-T wrote:
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The "I have heard" statistic... so reliable..... If what you "heard" was even close to true, the CDC, media, university and local government would be ALL over this. I find a new source.....
thats bull I screwed a lot of college girl back in the 80s 90s no condom never caught anything I mean a lot of girls.
Brain Fart

Gary, IN

#59 Jul 2, 2013
We had a blast at Sutter's in the early 80's. The people were great and the bartenders were very friendly. Anyone remember any of the bartenders from 80 to 85?

Versailles, KY

#60 Jul 2, 2013
Brain Fart wrote:
We had a blast at Sutter's in the early 80's. The people were great and the bartenders were very friendly. Anyone remember any of the bartenders from 80 to 85?
Hardly ever saw one,'cause the place was always packed. Had a lot of good tittie rubs, tho. Couldn't help it. Fire department regulations probably wouldn't let that happen today. There was usually a line waiting to get in and the only way you got in was if somebody left or you knew the door man/lady.
The Real Truth-T

Cincinnati, OH

#61 Jul 2, 2013
Brilliant rationale... "I heard......" "Speak to any EKU student....." I'll bet you were the prodigy of your stats. Class....

If what you said had the slightest hint of validity the CDC would have been all over this. Oh, wait, the CDC uses statistical data and research, not what a neighbor heard from a toothless aunt who had a neighbor who,slept with their uncle who flunked out of their first semester at EKU......

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