You're Welcome Ocean City and Delaware

Discussion in 'Mid Atlantic' started by zach619, Apr 17, 2014.

  1. zach619

    zach619 Well-Known Member

    Jan 21, 2009
  2. Tuono

    Tuono Well-Known Member

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    Sep 13, 2012
    Alright, we'll see how much it resembles the on in the city..
     

  3. zach619

    zach619 Well-Known Member

    Jan 21, 2009
    Probably identical. Not sure where they will find all the smoking hot college girls to pack in the coastal location though. So I am sure it will be a different vibe. But same idea. Same food. Same booze. Same soccer roots too. You may not have to stand shoulder to shoulder behind 10 other dudes to get a beer, so that might be good.
     
  4. Fiforlife

    Fiforlife Active Member

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    Dec 8, 2009
    Keep Baltimore out of Delaware. Not going to be a "locals spot" by any means. Just like the Oyster house down the street. We will keep our money in the pockets of local Delaware based businesses. Not in the wallets of those already overstuffed...
     
  5. HARDCORESHARTHUFFER-RI

    HARDCORESHARTHUFFER-RI Well-Known Member

    Sep 17, 2013
    I was wondering when a post like that would show up, this thread is essentially a commercial for a bourgeoisie family and their prepackaged gross fried food from US foods and sysco

    Zach, I am sure you and your fam are decent people, but this thread is a commercial for crap
     
  6. aka pumpmaster

    aka pumpmaster Well-Known Member

    Apr 30, 2008
    now if Del can get decent waves.
     
  7. jchafard

    jchafard Well-Known Member

    131
    Aug 10, 2011
    You're welcome? Really? Thanks, but no thanks. If anything thanks for making another sponge to soak up the tourists.

    You know what is really appreciated on the eastern shore? A genuinely good, genuinely local place to go. 9 times out of ten everyone I know will check it out once and return to their original regular spots.
     
  8. zach619

    zach619 Well-Known Member

    Jan 21, 2009
    Just check them out for heaven's sake. Their family has had deep roots in DE and OC for decades. They just happen to have one of the coolest bars in the whole state, so I think its a good thing to put another one out there. You know why? Jobs. You know how many people that live in your area, looking for work will get employment? There are two sides to every story. I understand that you want your local spots that are already there to make the tourist money. But if there are quality places, they have nothing to worry about. If they serve sh* food and have overpriced drinks, they may have a problem. Welcome to America.

    Give the place a try before your judge. Their food has always been scratch made BTW. And I challenge you to go to one of your "local" spots and not find a box of napkins or a can of beans that says Sysco on it. Come on man. Unless there is some top secret restaurant industrial warehouse that sells only Napkins and Straws Made in Delaware.

    Just don't knock it before you try it. The wings are amazing. Good people. And I would assume they will go all out with the amenities in the place. I would suggest going there during the world cup. They have numerous family members in the US Soccer Hall Of Fame and have represented the US National team for generations.

    Oh and PS, Sysco bought US Foods for 8 Billion dollars about 5 months ago.
     
  9. smitty517

    smitty517 Well-Known Member

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    Oct 30, 2008
    The locals only crap is such a bull**** argument. The restaurant will be supporting the local economy. Food distribution, servers, cooks, reality company, sanitation, taxes just to name a few of the benefits.
     
  10. ClemsonSurf

    ClemsonSurf Well-Known Member

    Dec 10, 2007
    You remind me of these guys

    [video=youtube;sIzivCJ9pzU]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIzivCJ9pzU[/video]
     
  11. zach619

    zach619 Well-Known Member

    Jan 21, 2009
    haha. sorry. Here is a quote from the paper:

    the self-proclaimed original soccer pub of Baltimore, is known as one of the city’s best bars for cheap beer. Behind its motto of “friendship, loyalty and love,” the Irish pub keeps its culture alive with homemade Irish food, viewings of Ireland’s soccer matches and live music.

    I'm just saying, the whole family has roots in the soccer world, locally in Maryland. National Team members, Baltimore Bays back in the Day, DC United, Hall of Famer's. So when they opened the pub, it was really the only place in the city where you could go and have a solid soccer crowd. You wouldn't know it if you were in there on a Friday night, but hey. Funny thing is, they are all Italians and they opened an Irish Pub.
     
  12. zach619

    zach619 Well-Known Member

    Jan 21, 2009
    I get it now. Well done =)