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    Posted: 12 Nov 2009 at 3:41pm
For those of us who unfortunatley cant go to the game, where are the top places in dublin to watch the match? me and the lads were thinking of heading to the living room on cathal brugha street.. nice big screens all over!
(San Marino) I think i'd settle for the draw.
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i like the living room, will occasionally go there before the home games but it's an eastern european pub, and with russia playing make sure to check the times of their games that they don't clash.

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Why cant you go to the game if you can watch it in a pub around the corner from the ground.  There are more tickets on sale. 
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Originally posted by NeilMcD NeilMcD wrote:

Why cant you go to the game if you can watch it in a pub around the corner from the ground. There are more tickets on sale.


Unfortunatley being 19 in a recession means money for match tickets is non existant. So sober night in the pub will have to do
(San Marino) I think i'd settle for the draw.
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The Players Lounge is a great spot with
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what time should we be heading in at if we actually want to get in? im assuming the pubs will be packed from fairly early on in the day
(San Marino) I think i'd settle for the draw.
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I'd go Woolshed if i wasnt going! Was there for Cyprus away match, was jampacked and a Quality atmosphere!!!
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back oasis fire,horse running tomorrow!!!will get ya money for a ticket!!!
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Originally posted by walsheman walsheman wrote:

back oasis fire,horse running tomorrow!!!will get ya money for a ticket!!!
 
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There's a pub I always pass on the bus on the way home near The Big Tree called the Auld Triangle. Hunger strikers memorial on the facade but apart from any anti/pro IRA replies, good spot for a pint? 
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Full of headers and bogeys. Wouldn't venture in there myself!
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If you wouldn't venture in there, how do you know it's full of 'headers and bogeys'?
     
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Been in loads of pubs that are deemed dodgy and full of 'bogeys'. Never had a problem and usually the scoops are top notch in sh*tholes
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Mate of mine is from Dorset street and I have ventured into the triangle with him a few times. Nothing to worry about Muff, it's a grand spot and the pints are great.Thumbs Up
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Auld Triangle is fine. Been there a couple of times. Sure they're well used to culchies and strangers with Croke Park around the corner.
I could agree with you but then we'd both be wrong.
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The Auld Triangle is a fine pub. I drank in there a few times when I lived in that part of town. Nothing wrong with it, and a decent pint too.
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The Findlater on Dorset street is a grand pub with a good crowd of regulars. Even met Hoskins in there one night. How he got past security i'll never know!
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Originally posted by irishmufc irishmufc wrote:

There's a pub I always pass on the bus on the way home near The Big Tree called the Auld Triangle. Hunger strikers memorial on the facade but apart from any anti/pro IRA replies, good spot for a pint? 


Muff grow a set and venture in ,what's the worst that could happen?

Is there any really big kip/dodgy pubs in around the city centre ?
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