Majors in Bloomington has been remodeled and recast as Poor Richard's Commonhouse, and a certain gorilla juice-head from MTV's "Jersey Shore" is coming to celebrate its opening. Yep, the "smush" master himself, Ronnie, will be at Poor Richard's Saturday to break in the new dance floor (I guess Snooki was busy). If Poor Richard's is looking to get fist-pumping crazy, they've found, in Ronnie, the perfect party boy. This Majors location is the latest do-over after the chain's Golden Valley spot was changed to Ciento Tequila Bar. Poor Richard's is an ode to the colonial tavern concept. The restaurant side of Poor Richard's will serve a casual menu of steaks, ribs and burgers. The biggest change will be a new emphasis on the location's nightlife, with a new dance floor that will feature DJs Thu.-Sat. Co-owner Bob Carlson thinks this is just the beginning of Bloomington's buzz. "I really think the 494 strip is going to make a big resurgence in the next few years," he said.

Ronnie: 10 p.m. Sat. 8301 Normandale Blvd., Bloomington. Free. 952-835-8308.

Toby Keith at Toby Keith's Three months after the opening of Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill, the man himself will finally make an appearance at the bar that bears his name. Unfortunately, only people who won VIP tickets this week (on K102) will be able to meet him. Keith is scheduled to appear at the St. Louis Park megabar from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday. He is not expected to perform (in fact, he has a concert in Omaha that night). The bar will follow up Keith's appearance with its own concert, and everyone is invited (though, there is a $25 cover). The line-up will feature country stars Trailer Choir, Keith Anderson and Troy Olsen. Keith is on a nationwide tour and is scheduled to perform Sunday at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center.

Concert: 5 p.m. Fri. 1623 Park Place Blvd., St. Louis Park. $25. 21 and older. 763-450-9999.

Zack Morris would be proud Let's get specific here. It's not a '90s party, it's an early '90s party. In June, the 331 Club was the site of a huge party celebrating all the awesomeness that was the early 1990s ("Saved by the Bell," MC Hammer, Zubaz etc.). "Whoomp (There It Is) II" is back this Friday. Prizes will be handed out for the best early-'90s outfit. Music provided by DJ Tanner, Dr. Dallas Dog-Palace, and MC Hang Time. The organizers are pegging this as the back-to-school edition, or "Saved by the Belding." If you don't remember, Belding was the principal in "Saved by the Bell" ... oh, never mind.

10 p.m. Fri. 331 13th Av. NE., Mpls. Free.