A friend will be travelling to D.C. on business later this week and is thinking of getting a nightcap one night at a local gay bar. She is wondering if anyone would be able to recommend a ladies friendly pub close to Union Station? She's staying at the Phoenix Park Hotel. TIA
I need to organize a pub quiz in Richmond VA for next February in advance of a wedding. Can you recommend venues that might welcome the crowd? The pub quiz would be open to the public.
Spending a week in accommodation in Brockley, London, in early October. To be specific, Manor Avenue Brockley London, SE4 1TE. As London seems to be the place where you literally breathe out money in order to survive, keen to do this on as low a budget as possible. Will not have a car and prefer walking where possible. [more inside]
Can you recommend a Monday trivia night in Toronto? [more inside]
Help me come up with a list of "bar games" for a pub crawl! [more inside]
I was extremely mean to the staff of a bar. Should I try to apologize? [more inside]
What's fun to do in Wimbledon? [more inside]
I'm planning on holding a private birthday pub quiz at the beginning of December, somewhere in London. The only problem is I can't find a suitable venue, and I'm struggling on ways to make it really special. Your help is appreciated! [more inside]
Anyone know any good pub quizzes in Brooklyn (preferably Park Slope or vicinity)? [more inside]
Help me find music like what I've heard at Ottawa's Heart and Crown pub. [more inside]
Some time in the last 12 months, I watched a BBC programme in which the presenters visited an event held outside a pub somewhere in England. According to my vague recollection, the point was to fish a rag out of a bucket of beer using the end of a broomstick, and then fling said beery rag at bystanders. I had thought that the programme in question was Oz and James Drink to Britain, and that this had taken place in Lewes, East Sussex, but even with variations on those things as search terms I can find no reference to this online. Has anyone heard of this? What is it called? Where and when does it take place?
I would like to find a small pub in Portland, Oregon, with regular live folk-ish music. [more inside]
I have a dream of opening a little pub in a sleepy little British village, but I have zero experience. How can I learn to be an tavern-keeper? [more inside]
I need a good restaurant/bar/café in the Montréal area that can accommodate a discussion group of 10-15 people, which is not too loud, and has relatively non-expensive (and good) food and drinks. [more inside]
Where can I watch live X-Factor results in London tonight? [more inside]
Wife and I are looking for a sports bar near Union Station / Chelsea that will be showing the most NFL games this Sunday so we can get our Steelers fix.
Where can I watch American football (NFL) in Oxford, England (or London, for that matter)? [more inside]
I'm looking for pictures of home bars / basement bars. I'm looking to build one and would like to look at pictures for ideas [more inside]
Where can I get a PBR in the loop? [more inside]
Mid week road trip to Fargo... need help! [more inside]
Quiet pubs and cafes for a student to study in Edinburgh [more inside]
I am auditioning to host a quizzo (pub trivia) night at a new bar in Philly ... help me with research! [more inside]
London New Year's Eve Pub Fun Help Please! [more inside]
I'm looking for somewhere, easily accessible from central London, that does a bog standard 3-course roast dinner (or similar standard pub fayre) at about £15 a head for about 20 people in January. [more inside]
Where in Baltimore can I relax, grab a decent beer and watch the World Series next month? [more inside]
Philadelphians: recommend me a good bar in University City. [more inside]
Help me find the Irishest Irish bar in Boston. [more inside]
Are there any good brew pubs in London? [more inside]
Have you any personal recommendations for gay nightlife—particularly on a Thursday night—in Manchester, England? There are numerous clubs, pubs, and party nights abound, particularly in the gay village area, but I'm looking for particular favorites for a gay male traveler (40ish) visiting on a Thursday night who enjoys a good booty-shaking evening of dance and drink. (Favorite club nights in London, as an example, include G-A-Y at the Astoria.) What say you?
Asking for a friend: If you could design a booklet to be distributed at a party at an Irish pub, what would you include? [more inside]
Sour/bitter mixed alcoholic drink recommendations. [more inside]
Where to watch the World Cup in central London? [more inside]
Can anyone suggest a good Irish pub close to Times Square in NYC? Also, how about the best bar in general in that area? (Please nothing with "planet" or "zone" in the name.) [more inside]