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Old 23.09.2008, 01:55 PM
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Anyone know any good pubs to go and watch the games on Sunday?

Usually watch them at home but feel like making an even out of it.
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Old 23.09.2008, 02:12 PM
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[quote author=ignite77 link=board=6;threadid=35606;start=0#msg960928 date=1222174510]
Anyone know any good pubs to go and watch the games on Sunday?

Usually watch them at home but feel like making an even out of it.
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Maple Leaf in London However if there is a Soccer or Rugby match on then beware. . I asked the manager last year if they would be showing the game on sky after Wembley last year and IIRC there was soccer on so he said no. .

I asked How can a Canadian Pub shove on soccer over Football? it's what pulls in punters he said. . I understand . . i do. . still. . it's unbelievable!!

There is an American Sports bar somewhere in London (I forget where) they may show it. . I would hope so but I refer to the answer given above. .^^^^
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Old 23.09.2008, 05:38 PM
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Never been myself, but I have driven past it loads and only know about it from previous threads of a similar nature and that is the Famous Three Kings, near West Kensington Tube Station (quite near Earls Court)

The other chain is Bodeans BBQ, which is apparently more a restaurant so I'm not sure if you would be obligated to eat. They have branches in Fulham, Soho, Clapham and somewhere in the City of LOndon.
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Old 26.09.2008, 12:26 AM
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You can also try The Larrik at 32 Crawford Place near Marylebone / Edgware Road stations. They show the first game each Sunday but I think they have to close at 11pm, which would mean you would miss some of the second game.
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Old 26.09.2008, 08:55 AM
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The Sports Cafe just down from Piccadilly Circus, no competition
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Old 26.09.2008, 10:13 AM
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The White Bear pub in Kennington, 2 mins walk from Kennington tube station is a must for all south London based gridiron fans, the manager is a Seahawks fan 8) and the Aussie barman is an avid Jets fan and provides non-stop gags all night, they have 2 big screens and show the normal Sky game and the red button game every Sunday!!
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[quote author=British Bulldawg link=board=6;threadid=35606;start=0#msg962546 date=1222415740]
The Sports Cafe just down from Piccadilly Circus, no competition
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Indeed, it's an overpriced, crowded tourist trap, but it does show the games, usually both the main game and the red button game on different screens.
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[quote author=Pavlovs Dog link=board=6;threadid=35606;start=0#msg961036 date=1222187892]
Never been myself, but I have driven past it loads and only know about it from previous threads of a similar nature and that is the Famous Three Kings, near West Kensington Tube Station (quite near Earls Court)

The other chain is Bodeans BBQ, which is apparently more a restaurant so I'm not sure if you would be obligated to eat. They have branches in Fulham, Soho, Clapham and somewhere in the City of LOndon.
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I will have to try the Famous Three Kings one weekend as its the closest to my abode!

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Moving this over to the UK section.


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[quote author=Pavlovs Dog link=board=4;threadid=35606;start=0#msg961036 date=1222187892]
The other chain is Bodeans BBQ, which is apparently more a restaurant so I'm not sure if you would be obligated to eat. They have branches in Fulham, Soho, Clapham and somewhere in the City of LOndon.
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I was wondering that about Bodean's, I'd like to watch a game in there but will you have to make a meal last 4 hours?!

Anyone know the score on this, can you just drink and watch the game?
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