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 Post subject: Sportsman Club
PostPosted: February 10th, 2013, 8:34 pm 
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Wondering what is the place above The Big Orange Lunchbox - Sportsmans club. Any info on here?


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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
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Stratford1 wrote:
Wondering what is the place above The Big Orange Lunchbox - Sportsmans club. Any info on here?


Haven't been there for many many years.
Absolute dive from what I recall.
Place to get drunk and fight. Maybe things have changed.


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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
PostPosted: February 10th, 2013, 11:04 pm 
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Is it still open? I think I was in there once and yeah, it was basically a dive.


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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
PostPosted: February 10th, 2013, 11:45 pm 
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I found it a decent bar for working people kind of reminded me of sports bar for athletics who are past their prime plus for middle aged and older working people. It is in my experience like a working man's bar and a slightly dirtier version of Cheers from TV and the beer was much cheaper than other places. As long as your are friendly and don't think you are smarter or better than some of the others who go there you would be fine and also make some new friends.


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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
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I'm not a regular but have been there a few times. I'm not their target demographic I'd bet, but the few times I was there I had a great time. There's a dart board, free pool, and some good sized televisions. The bartenders seemed friendly enough and the beer was cheap.

If you want to drink cheap beer and play free pool in a very casual bar setting, this place isn't bad. It's not fancy, but I hardly think it qualifies as a dive (at least recently).

I have no idea what the food is like and probably wouldn't bother ordering some unless I was desperate.


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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
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Used to be a hangout of mine way back, never minded it and still don't. I also frequent the sportspage...

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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
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I didn't even realize they had food here, other than a few bags of chips.

I wouldn't call it a dive. It's not the fanciest place, but it's got cheap beer and free pool!


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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
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There may not be food. I just assumed they likely served something to eat, but perhaps not. On quieter week nights, its a great place to hang out with a group if you want to talk while having a few beer and a few games of pool.


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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
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CBCs Ron Maclean can often be found here during the summer months. More often than not loaded drunk.


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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
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Do you have a review of the bar?

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He's making an interesting point that Ron goes there, and also the Page....i happen to know that too

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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
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Who cares.
It has nothing to do with the restaurant.
What the hell does Ron Maclean's drinking habits have to do with this restaurant review and who cares whether or not you know what restaurants he goes to?
Completely irrelevant.


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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
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Well then go back and look at everybody's post on here nothing basically to say here about a review of the place, why don't you jump all over them then??

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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
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Raiders wrote:
Who cares.
It has nothing to do with the restaurant.
What the hell does Ron Maclean's drinking habits have to do with this restaurant review and who cares whether or not you know what restaurants he goes to?
Completely irrelevant.


I heard he is an open mouth eater...probably cause hes drunk tho..and really I've never seen him I just heard....

I hate open mouth eaters.........


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crowsbro2 wrote:
Well then go back and look at everybody's post on here nothing basically to say here about a review of the place, why don't you jump all over them then??


Rather than me doing that why don't you just stick to reviews of restaurants.

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you know what you can do bud...

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 Post subject: Re: Sportsman Club
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Raiders wrote:
crowsbro2 wrote:
Well then go back and look at everybody's post on here nothing basically to say here about a review of the place, why don't you jump all over them then??


Rather than me doing that why don't you just stick to reviews of restaurants instead of pathetic little rumours and trying to pretend you have some inside knowledge of a man's personal activities that have nothing to do with any restaurant.


like you're doing ??


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