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By Ty Hughes
Ever since Stan Tha Man entered the building at 35509 21st Ave SW in Federal Way, Jersey’s Sportsbar has become the city’s party headquarters!
For fifteen years, Stan Tha Man hosted his show next door at the North Point Bar & Grill. He recently left the bar, disgruntled, and immediately worked a deal with Neil, co-owner of Jersey’s. His faithful following, the better part of two decades in the making, followed their lovable host, and integrated themselves nicely into the Jersey’s crowd. The bar is so full, no matter what night of the week, bodies are literally spilling out the front door until closing time.
Fight cancer one hand at a time to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society!
Jersey’s Sports Bar is officially in the poker business! Like an indoor sports arena, Jersey’s is crazy for poker. Every single Saturday at 5pm, starting February 9, they are taking sign ups for a fun poker tournament benefitting local charities, plus cash games. Beer, wine, great food, and tons of fun! Come join us to support The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Former New Jersey residents, Donna and Neil, hosted an incredible fundraiser on Saturday, December 15 to benefit their friends and family affected by Super Storm Sandy. Jersey’s Sports Bar filled to capacity in support of those they know that lost everything in one of the most devastating storms to hit the U.S. in our history.
The great karaoke host shuffle continues at Jersey’s Sports Bar in Federal Way, where Debi and all her hotness takes over every Wednesday through Saturday, 9pm-1:30am.
With a brand new stage, lights, and sound system, Jersey’s is a great place to stretch out and relax after a long day. Debi has a way with people that is undeniable. Her bubbly enthusiasm keeps her show at the top of the list for many local karaoke
By Ty Hughes
Jersey’s Sports Bar in Federal Way is proud to announce the return of the one and only, BadAxe Mikee, fresh out of retirement!
BadAxe Mikee is a musical genius, did you know he can play 13 instruments? His style of show put the SeaTac’s Bull Pen on the map, and his unique karaoke show ran for 16 years. He became legendary ‘round these parts.