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Originally posted by Trigboy 10 Trigboy 10 wrote:

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Originally posted by Trigboy 10 Trigboy 10 wrote:

Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

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The Windjammer is a great working class pub.

How so? 

I know the pub but just curious about your definition 
I’d have went there a good bit either before games or just some random days to watch the racing and it’s generally a local crowd wouldn’t get too many venturing in as it’s kind of out of the way. It’s also an early house so plenty of workers dropping by.

Is it local to you or are you “venturing in” 
Was local to me at one time so liked to return from time to time surely that’s allowed.
 
Has the pub been edited much over the years?
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Originally posted by Trigboy 10 Trigboy 10 wrote:

Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

Originally posted by Trigboy 10 Trigboy 10 wrote:

The Windjammer is a great working class pub.

How so? 

I know the pub but just curious about your definition 
I’d have went there a good bit either before games or just some random days to watch the racing and it’s generally a local crowd wouldn’t get too many venturing in as it’s kind of out of the way. It’s also an early house so plenty of workers dropping by.

I'll pop in next Ireland game and let you know how  my veterinary partner and I are getting on in our quest in applying for a mortgageSmile
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Originally posted by thebronze14 thebronze14 wrote:

Originally posted by Trigboy 10 Trigboy 10 wrote:

Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

Originally posted by Trigboy 10 Trigboy 10 wrote:

The Windjammer is a great working class pub.

How so? 

I know the pub but just curious about your definition 
I’d have went there a good bit either before games or just some random days to watch the racing and it’s generally a local crowd wouldn’t get too many venturing in as it’s kind of out of the way. It’s also an early house so plenty of workers dropping by.

I'll pop in next Ireland game and let you know how  my veterinary partner and I are getting on in our quest in applying for a mortgageSmile

Would you not just get your butler to pop in for you instead?
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Pub across the street from me has been closed for the last 16 months. A real auld lad pub. IDK how they're going to remain open once this whole thing blows over.
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Originally posted by Hotlips_Hoolahan Hotlips_Hoolahan wrote:

Pub across the street from me has been closed for the last 16 months. A real auld lad pub. IDK how they're going to remain open once this whole thing blows over.
a lot depends on their overheads in the last 18 months - if premises owned by owners of pub then it should be ok as have been paying reduced insurance, electricity (all tax deductable) and no wages, product.
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Going up the Cabra Rd yesterday and several tables set up on the footpath outside Downeys, lots of old codgers getting stuck into the stout. Continental lifestyle comes to D7...Wink
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In pub news, Weatherspoons has bought a property on Aston Quay first quay on the way to Heuston from O'Connell Bridge. Planning to build a 3 storey pub with roof garden. as much as Weatherspoons isn't for me, it's right next to Temple Bar (where publicans are ripping people off anyway), and a large Hostel so will do well there. The roof garden overlooking the Liffey is a first too is it?
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Be interesting to see what if any impact it has on Temple Bar prices. I don’t think it will have any tbh. People heading to temple bar are looking for something different (being more ripped off one of them seemingly) than Wetherspoons offer. Their Abbey Street offering didn’t impact on the North side of the river, albeit a different landscape entirely. 

Locally to myself, theres a Wetherspoon in West End Village at Blanch SC. When open it was usually ticking over bums on seat wise and fairly busy most times, but it had no impact on local pubs who still had their regular all day bar stool clientele etc and always packed at times you would expect a pub to be packed. 
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Have pints on the brain now after opening this thread. My own fault really.
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Have pints on the brain now after opening this thread. My own fault really.
Take a few moments to reflect, weight up the pros and cons before you come to a sensible and thought out decision. Enjoy the pintsThumbs Up
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Have pints on the brain now after opening this thread. My own fault really.
Take a few moments to reflect, weight up the pros and cons before you come to a sensible and thought out decision. Enjoy the pintsThumbs Up
 
Was at GF's nephews Christening last Saturday. Was at the house which is in the middle of nowhere in Kildare. Taps & cooler were rented, 1/2 Guinness & 1/2 Heineken kegs there when I got there. Nicest pints I've had from any home set up, would put any event bar to shame. We all chipped in to get full Heineken later on in the day so safe to say I didn't make my match at 3pm the next day. 
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Originally posted by sausy sausy wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by sausy sausy wrote:

Have pints on the brain now after opening this thread. My own fault really.
Take a few moments to reflect, weight up the pros and cons before you come to a sensible and thought out decision. Enjoy the pintsThumbs Up
 
Was at GF's nephews Christening last Saturday. Was at the house which is in the middle of nowhere in Kildare. Taps & cooler were rented, 1/2 Guinness & 1/2 Heineken kegs there when I got there. Nicest pints I've had from any home set up, would put any event bar to shame. We all chipped in to get full Heineken later on in the day so safe to say I didn't make my match at 3pm the next day. 
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Originally posted by sausy sausy wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by sausy sausy wrote:

Have pints on the brain now after opening this thread. My own fault really.
Take a few moments to reflect, weight up the pros and cons before you come to a sensible and thought out decision. Enjoy the pintsThumbs Up
 
Was at GF's nephews Christening last Saturday. Was at the house which is in the middle of nowhere in Kildare. Taps & cooler were rented, 1/2 Guinness & 1/2 Heineken kegs there when I got there. Nicest pints I've had from any home set up, would put any event bar to shame. We all chipped in to get full Heineken later on in the day so safe to say I didn't make my match at 3pm the next day. 

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Originally posted by the_walls the_walls wrote:

Originally posted by sausy sausy wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by sausy sausy wrote:

Have pints on the brain now after opening this thread. My own fault really.
Take a few moments to reflect, weight up the pros and cons before you come to a sensible and thought out decision. Enjoy the pintsThumbs Up
 
Was at GF's nephews Christening last Saturday. Was at the house which is in the middle of nowhere in Kildare. Taps & cooler were rented, 1/2 Guinness & 1/2 Heineken kegs there when I got there. Nicest pints I've had from any home set up, would put any event bar to shame. We all chipped in to get full Heineken later on in the day so safe to say I didn't make my match at 3pm the next day. 

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Originally posted by sausy sausy wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by sausy sausy wrote:

Have pints on the brain now after opening this thread. My own fault really.
Take a few moments to reflect, weight up the pros and cons before you come to a sensible and thought out decision. Enjoy the pintsThumbs Up
 
Was at GF's nephews Christening last Saturday. Was at the house which is in the middle of nowhere in Kildare. Taps & cooler were rented, 1/2 Guinness & 1/2 Heineken kegs there when I got there. Nicest pints I've had from any home set up, would put any event bar to shame. We all chipped in to get full Heineken later on in the day so safe to say I didn't make my match at 3pm the next day. 

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Lads,,need a pub in Dublin CC to watch football today. Went to the Living Room but there was a huge queue. Resigned to watching first game in hotel bar, grateful to any ideas either side of the river....

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Originally posted by Cabra Hoop Cabra Hoop wrote:

Lads,,need a pub in Dublin CC to watch football today. Went to the Living Room but there was a huge queue. Resigned to watching first game in hotel bar, grateful to any ideas either side of the river....

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