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Brock always has been, and still is very involved with helping people in recovery on a daily basis. Brock and the Club 164 team believe that it is time for people who want to live life sober to have their own place that allows them to enjoy all social activities that others enjoy.


The first club is planned to open in the Annapolis, MD area with additional facilities to open all over. The All-American Steakhouse has taken on Club 164 as its sole charity, is currently raising money for Club 164 at all 7 locations, and will match the first 20k raised.


Additionally, between Brock, The-All American Steakhouse team and other large private donors, 63k has been committed to build Club 164. Along with the 90k that has been committed, Asher and Associates Accounting firm from Baltimore, owned by Marshall Asher, and SKA Studio Architects from Annapolis owned by Steve Kahle have agreed to donate their resources and time free of charge as their contribution.

All donations go directly to fund the building of the club. All individuals work on a 100% volunteer basis.

It is time and necessary that sober individuals have their own hangout with full nonalcoholic bar, billiards, shuffleboard, lounge area, live music, karaoke, trivia night, and much more in a State-of-the-Art facility managed by professionals.


Sincerely The Club 164 Team

Club 164 is a non profit that has been formed for the purpose of building facilities that cater to individuals who choose to live a sober lifestyle. Spearheading this non-profit is Brock Anderson, one of the owners of The All-American Steakhouse, who has been sober since 1991 after a tremendous drug and alcohol problem.