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badder2
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Re: RE: Post pics of your Local 2017/02/15 10:52:16 (permalink)
Is it [IMG] link [IMG] to post a picture?
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Sheriff Lobo
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Re: RE: Post pics of your Local 2017/02/15 10:56:46 (permalink)
Just click the "Insert / Edit Image" icon on RHS of tool bar and whack link in box (altho I suspect you don't have this on mobile version)
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Re: RE: Post pics of your Local 2017/02/15 10:58:59 (permalink)
badder2
Is it [IMG] link [IMG] to post a picture?




[image]pub.jpg[/image] or use the image button like Sheriff said

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Re: RE: Post pics of your Local 2017/02/18 16:16:14 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Syzlack_23 2017/02/18 16:23:14
I live in the north inner city of Dublin so I am surrounded by pubs, but the best ones on my street (or just slightly off it) are: The Confession Box - lovely wee hole in the wall type bar, very much an older clientele, but easily one of the best pints of Guinness in the city. 
 

 
The Black Sheep: more of a hipster haunt with boardgames and craft beers and music and all the rest, definitely a lovely way to spend an evening but as gentrified and as elegantly distressed as they make it it never quite feels like anyone's "local". 
 

 
The Cobblestone - describes itself as "a drinking pub with a music problem" and it's pretty much a hub for traditional music, you are pretty much guaranteed to walk into to at least three or four musicians jamming away on fiddles and flutes and a set of pipes in the corner and sinking pints like they're going out of fashion. 
 

 
The Hop House is a weird one, proper sketchy old Dublin landmark that went bust and was bought up by a Korean family who have improbably turned it into a Korean restaurant (with banging food) while still somehow maintaining the fundamentals of a well-run Dublin pub. 
 

 
 
Still though - despite having all of these on my doorstep I prefer to walk ten minutes across the river to the first great pub I ever decided was mine. Grogan's on South William Street is hands down the best pub in the world, it has everything, surly and efficient bar staff, cheese toasties, deranged characters, a prime people watching spot, and a heritage stretching back decades.
 

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Re: RE: Post pics of your Local 2017/02/18 18:19:21 (permalink)
Johnny Quest
Since when do pubs advertise the fact they're 'AIR conditioned'?
 
HOT & COLD drinks etc.


I can vouch for that place being no fun on a summers day.
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Re: RE: Post pics of your Local 2017/02/19 09:43:22 (permalink)

The New Inn Ealing. Best out of a bad bunch.
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Re: RE: Post pics of your Local 2017/02/19 10:19:03 (permalink)
Patterman

The New Inn Ealing. Best out of a bad bunch.
 


I think I've been in there about 12 years ago as my nan lived round on Kenilworth road.

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Re: RE: Post pics of your Local 2017/02/19 10:26:05 (permalink)


'the beastie'
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Re: RE: Post pics of your Local 2017/02/19 10:26:15 (permalink)
I use to hate it back then but have new owners that know how to run a pub.
 
Nice area South Ealing. Wish I could afford a house around there.
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Re: RE: Post pics of your Local 2017/02/19 10:35:02 (permalink)

The Prince of Wales/McCanns/or The Pig as it will always be known to me. A real shit hole, but my shit hole. Best pint of Guinness around.
post edited by Patterman - 2017/02/19 10:37:12
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