Charlamagne is next to the burned out Anderson Street train station. That's still in business, and so is The Riviera and General Poor's Tavern.
Never been big on bars and clubs. You guys missed a few bars no longer in business:
Fairmount Tavern --- torn down 1980's to build condos. I think corner of Main & Jefferson. This was in business for generations, and it was where all the old timer senior hung out. Also ex-Mayor Fred Cerbo used to walk there, so didn't have to worry about having to drive home.
The Maverick --- It was only open for a few years, was rehab'd from a former commercial use and had vertical wood siding. Also torn down 1980's to build condos. Pool tables and bar. Main, east side, just north of Catalpa Ave
The Player's Club --- This Property now the Rite Aid and the condos behind it. Corner of Essex and Polifly, with a huge grassy lawn along Essex Street where kids played baseball. Really hot club where singles went to meet someone and "hook up", big place, big dance floor. Brought in the crowds from all over Bergen County. And lots of mix-race action going on there. That song about "We just want to dance here, someone stole the dance floor" was big around the time it was closed down.
The Limelight --- also known derisively as "The Slimelight", on Essex Street, south side, just west of Rowland Ave. Also had a dance floor, I believe, but never went there. Now Lakeview Learning, a children's clothes store
I can name a few more that are still in business, The Restaurant, Harley's Pub, Friday's, The Sports Authority, etc., but that's not the point of this string, is it. And what's the one that moved from Prospect and Essex to Main Street just south of Target.