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Old 09-02-2009, 03:50 PM   #1
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Default Savannah's aka The Dublin Underground In Albany NY

Has expanded the bar and now has 58 craft beers on tap!!!

My favorite afterwork hangout....check it out sometime

The Dublin Underground

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Old 09-03-2009, 04:20 PM   #2
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Nice to know. I used to walk past there every day when I was working downtown. Have to stop in and check it out. Other than being an Irish themed bar what type of crowd does it get? The Bayou Cafe farther down on Pearl St has a real good selection but the crowd is a bit too young for me.

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Old 09-03-2009, 06:15 PM   #3
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During lunch and after work its a professional crowd of all ages. 25-55. Everyone fits in. After 8pm it changes themes to which ever live band is playing. Last night it was hardcore, other nights it could pop or acoustic. Check it out...

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I'm just wondering how Irish it is, being a dubliner, the tune on the main page is the most famous piece of Scottish bagpipe music ever......Dublin is in Ireland right?

Scotland the brave is the name of the tune....

Maybe I'm missing something.

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I'll be there Tuesday at 6 ...

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I'm just wondering how Irish it is, being a dubliner, the tune on the main page is the most famous piece of Scottish bagpipe music ever......Dublin is in Ireland right?

Scotland the brave is the name of the tune....

Maybe I'm missing something.

Yeah, it's not all that Irish...They have a floating demographic, and it works for them. Being so close to the Nick/Pepsi/TUC, they need to accommadate a diverse crowd. Like I said, the theme changes constantly, a business model that works great for the owners. (Joe and Pete)
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I'm just wondering how Irish it is, being a dubliner, the tune on the main page is the most famous piece of Scottish bagpipe music ever......Dublin is in Ireland right?

Scotland the brave is the name of the tune....

Maybe I'm missing something.
That was my first thought when I clicked on the link. WTF?
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