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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-15-2008, 07:27 AM Thread Starter
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We got any good Irish bars in Chicagoland?
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that was good.
As far as Irish bars in Chicago go.....we have tons of them.
Galvins public house and 6 penny bit are small neighborhood places right around Montrose and Austin.
O'Donnavan's is on Irving Park rd. near Wrigley but far enough not to have the whole Wrigley crowd, good mix of all ages. Real good food too.

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I don't get it.

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I mean I'm not sure what his ancestory is but I know better than to ask an African American how they have a last name that doesn't seem to match up well, usually the answer will make you feel like a huge asshole just for asking.

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I heard he has a drop of Irish in his blood. I don't know, but I thought the song was humorous.

I haven't been to an Irish bar in a while, they know how to have a good time!
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irish bars are tons of fun to get drunky in, of this there is little doubt.

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