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Old 05-28-2010, 01:26 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by CrankyOldLibrarian View Post
I've been in JP for about 12 years now. Used to live on Green St., now I'm off South St., right by James's Gate. With the Gate, Behan, the greasy Gallway House, amazing cheap Latino food, being right by the bus & train, I don't know if/when I will leave JP. I just wish that it wasn't so cold for 2/3 of the year!
We left JP a couple of years ago, but when we did we first lived down the street from James Gate and then a block away from Doyles. James Gate is my favorite pub with Doyles being a distant second. Never spent my time in the Behan. Talking about Latino Food made me go want to hit Tacos el Charro! I'll be down in a couple of hours!

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Old 05-28-2010, 02:02 PM   #12
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so how close are you to the sam adams building with the belt sander races in the cabinet shop?
-I'm not getting older, but the floor is getting further away.
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Old 05-28-2010, 02:16 PM   #13
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Six words:

Novare Res, Novare Res, Novare Res.

Also, as everyone else has mentioned, Great Lost Bear is a must do.

And don't forget to try Peeper Ale from the Maine Beer Company.
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