Belfast England Game Wednesday PM

nigelnigel Posts: 261
edited June 2010 in Given To Fly (live)
Apologies if this has been covered off elsewhere...

Can anyone recommend a decent pub (preferably not too far from the venue and full of PJ fans!) where me and mate can watch the England footy game before the gig?

Thanks :O)
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  • Niko80Niko80 Posts: 1,443
    England is gonna lose if they continue yesterdays play. What an uninspired team that was!

    I predict an early exit for england.. sorry...
    I will swallow poison
  • titchinellotitchinello Posts: 3,138
    nigel wrote:
    Apologies if this has been covered off elsewhere...

    Can anyone recommend a decent pub (preferably not too far from the venue and full of PJ fans!) where me and mate can watch the England footy game before the gig?

    Thanks :O)

    you should ask in the euro tour 2010 thread, i think some of them may be gonna watch it.
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  • nigelnigel Posts: 261
    There's 828 pages to wade through on the Euro tour thread so I thought it was worth a separate question :?

    And yes we were appalling last night but this is England we are talking about so anything is possible (good and bad!)

    I am after somewhere to watch the game that is near to the venue, where there won't be any trouble and where I can be surrounded by some fellow Pearl Jam fans... Roll on Tuesday/Wednesday!
  • mohomoho Posts: 539
    I'm thinking of heading to McHugh's ( http://www.mchughsbar.com/index.asp ) which is probably the closest proper bar to the venue. There are some sickly neat, stuck-up sleazy snazzy bars inside the Odyssey complex too but you don't want to go to those. I reckon McHugh's will be packed with PJ fans watching the match and having pre-show pints!
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  • nigelnigel Posts: 261
    McHugh's sounds just the ticket - thanks :D
  • Kearn5yKearn5y IrelandPosts: 1,402
    The odyssey pavillion has a few bars wich is part of the overall Odyssey complex. You cant get closer than that. Few restaurants in there too
    Kearnsy
  • RichardhRichardh Posts: 12
    The centre of Belfast isn't really that big or that far from the Odyssey so I wouldn't worry too much about picking the closest bar to the venue.

    Have yourselves a bit of a pub crawl (e.g. Crown, Katy Dalys, Whites Tavern, John Hewitt, Duke of York) and enjoy the afternoon, no need to spoil it by watching the football!
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