Churchill’s grime in all its glory

By | February 16th, 2014 | No Comments

After hearing the news last week that Churchill’s Pub will likely change ownership in May, we started digging through our archives for our favorite Churchill’s photos. It was damn hard to whittle them down, what with all the grimy good memories the pub and, by extension, owner Dave Daniels has given us. This collection captures only a sliver of the weird wonderful world of Churchill’s, a noisy netherland of fire, smoke, blood, sweat, booze and, of course, music. As much as any other place, Churchill’s has made Miami a magic city over the last 35 years. Here’s hoping the new owners don’t puke in the potion. Continue ยป


Photo by Robby Campbell


Photo by Robby Campbell


Photo by Robby Campbell


Photo by Robby Campbell


Photo by Robby Campbell


Photo by Robby Campbell


Photo by Robby Campbell


Photo by Robby Campbell


Photo by Jesse Meadows


Photo by Jesse Meadows


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell


Photo by Alex Broadwell

If those photos didn’t sate your nostalgia, check out artist Brian Butler’s illustrations from The Slacker’s show at Churchill’s back in Sept. 2012 and read Matt Preira’s essay, “The sort of English pub that Dave Daniels built.” For our full Churchill’s archive, visit beachedmiami.com/tag/churchills-pub.

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