Rick Burgess bought the Del Rio in 1969, and created what would become one of A2’s most iconic watering holes. The staff were laid back and (with Rick’s support) they managed the place collectively after “taking over” about ayear after the Del opened. A warm and open family ethic pervaded – names of bygone waitresses and bartenders were enshrined on the menus, “thoughtful” bathroom graffiti penned by local poets over decades graced the toilet stalls, and postcards from Del Rio customers and staff from far-flung travels were stuck to the walls. The Del Rio hosted countless good times during its 35-year run. It was a shock to many when it closed in 2004, but its time had come.
Color: Black 100% cotton mens and ladies crewneck tee.
I’m happy to report, the shirts arrived today. Tried them on and they are so soft – very nice! Thanks for getting them to me so soon. Nice packaging, btw. Thanks again and I look forward to seeing what other shirts are added in the future.