The Barney’s Beanery in Redondo is a little different from the other locations of this sports/games bar. Mainly in that it’s directly on a pier, and a little quieter than all the other locations. They open at 11am, and the place stays low-key until dinnertime when people come to watch sports, so there won’t be any yelling about penalty flags while you look at the water and eat your nachos.
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