The Cladakis clan was featured on a new episode of Spike TV's "Bar Rescue." Anna, along with her brother and sister, are co-owners of a bar called The Bridge Lounge in Tarpon Springs, Fla.
And as you can guess by the name of the show, the bar is fledgling.
Because I still have a drink every now and then.”Sober from 1992 to 1997 and from 2005 to 2013, Daly said, he then reneged on a public pledge.“The dumbest thing I ever said is that I’d never drink again,” Daly said. I know I would never say that again.“The older I’ve gotten — and I know a lot of alcoholics that say, ‘You’re just so stupid,’ but I don’t feel this way — I’ve felt like if I go out and have a few beers.
He said he enjoys casino slot machines.“I don’t have to play the $1,000 machines, the $500 machines,” he said.
“I usually play (the $25 machines) most of the time and just go in for two or three hours and have a good time. If I don’t, OK, I’m gone.“I don’t get markers anymore. Next thing you know, $2 million or $3 million, whoa, it’s getting out of hand here.
The couple had a son, John Patrick Daly II, almost two years to the day of their marriage.
Until Sunday night, we didn't know much about John Daly's fiancee, Anna Cladakis.
She also mentions that the BP oil spill hurt business.
Still, that doesn't explain a clueless manager, Gary, who gets dumped during filming, and the fact that the place looks like a dump.
He recalled writing a list of pros and cons about his then-turbulent life.“It’s probably the greatest thing that woke me up to realize, ‘It’s not just your fault, man.’ Take responsibility for your actions, but you can’t keep blaming yourself for everything,” said Daly, who at the time was on the third of four marriages.
“I learned it really wasn’t as much about the drinking as it was about me taking the blame for everything.
To the rescue came the show's host, Jon Taffer.
And Daly got in the act as well, including during this scene where the three sat outside the bar in a car on a reconnaissance mission: Cladakis mentions that the bar has gone downhill since her father, who bought it in 2003, passed away.
— John Daly eased his golf cart to a stop when he encountered three men working on his 18-hole course.