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PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:50 pm 
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Back for the Argentina game next month with wife and kids

Could you possibly recommend somewhere central for lunch suitable for kids ?

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Rosie O'Wetherspoons!


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Get a booth in Sophie’s or angelinas


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Try Fire on Dawson STreet.

https://www.firerestaurant.ie/menus/

Big and will have food to keepkids happy.


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How old are the kids?
Sophie's is very good though, would agree with Duff's recommendation.


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Leinsterman wrote:
How old are the kids?
Sophie's is very good though, would agree with Duff's recommendation.


10 and 5

Thanks for the recommendations Duff, Leinsterman and Camroc :thumbup:

I'll check them out


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How rude


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Leinsterman wrote:
How old are the kids?
Sophie's is very good though, would agree with Duff's recommendation.



Can be difficult to make a choice though.


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Duff Paddy wrote:
How rude


Sincere apologies, completely missed your note

Amended accordingly

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Now I’m intrigued how you managed to edit your post without it saying edited as a postscript. Does Silvio have the codez :shock:


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Your kids want to go to mcdonalds, you selfish bastard.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 18, 2018 10:26 pm 
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Sophie's looks very nice fellas.

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Very much obliged :thumbup:


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Duff Paddy wrote:
Now I’m intrigued how you managed to edit your post without it saying edited as a postscript. Does Silvio have the codez :shock:


If he spotted his error before you hit reply, it wouldn't show as an edit.


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CM11 wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
Now I’m intrigued how you managed to edit your post without it saying edited as a postscript. Does Silvio have the codez :shock:


If he spotted his error before you hit reply, it wouldn't show as an edit.


Correct but there were two replies before he edited it - It can only be the codez - if I’m not heard of again after tonight you’ll know they had me done away with


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Duff Paddy wrote:
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Duff Paddy wrote:
Now I’m intrigued how you managed to edit your post without it saying edited as a postscript. Does Silvio have the codez :shock:


If he spotted his error before you hit reply, it wouldn't show as an edit.


Correct but there were two replies before he edited it - It can only be the codez - if I’m not heard of again after tonight you’ll know they had me done away with


Nope. His edit was done before his reply. At one stage yours was the last post and I was very confused why you were calling him rude!


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camroc1 wrote:
Try Fire on Dawson STreet.

https://www.firerestaurant.ie/menus/

Big and will have food to keepkids happy.

Our family does a Xmas eve lunch in Fire every year. Last year the twins were 2-1/2, and they both ate well, and the grownups always eat well, so a 10 and 5 year old should be grand.


There’s always Milano’s, too.


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CM11 wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
CM11 wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
Now I’m intrigued how you managed to edit your post without it saying edited as a postscript. Does Silvio have the codez :shock:


If he spotted his error before you hit reply, it wouldn't show as an edit.


Correct but there were two replies before he edited it - It can only be the codez - if I’m not heard of again after tonight you’ll know they had me done away with


Nope. His edit was done before his reply. At one stage yours was the last post and I was very confused why you were calling him rude!


Very odd. Both HR and I had replied before he edited it.


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Duff Paddy wrote:
CM11 wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
CM11 wrote:
Duff Paddy wrote:
Now I’m intrigued how you managed to edit your post without it saying edited as a postscript. Does Silvio have the codez :shock:


If he spotted his error before you hit reply, it wouldn't show as an edit.


Correct but there were two replies before he edited it - It can only be the codez - if I’m not heard of again after tonight you’ll know they had me done away with


Nope. His edit was done before his reply. At one stage yours was the last post and I was very confused why you were calling him rude!


Very odd. Both HR and I had replied before he edited it.


I don't think I saw HR's but maybe I misremember.


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Glad to see I can still be controversial


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Take them somewhere nice instead


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Silvio Berlusconi wrote:
Leinsterman wrote:
How old are the kids?
Sophie's is very good though, would agree with Duff's recommendation.


10 and 5

Thanks for the recommendations Duff, Leinsterman and Camroc :thumbup:

I'll check them out


I've an 8 and 5 year old and would say Sophie's is a good call - if you want something central, cheap and cheerful with plenty of room for kids running around then its hard to beat Market Bar - its very kid friendly ; kids games at front deskand kids movies on sunday mornings.


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ticketlessinseattle wrote:
Silvio Berlusconi wrote:
Leinsterman wrote:
How old are the kids?
Sophie's is very good though, would agree with Duff's recommendation.


10 and 5

Thanks for the recommendations Duff, Leinsterman and Camroc :thumbup:

I'll check them out


I've an 8 and 5 year old and would say Sophie's is a good call - if you want something central, cheap and cheerful with plenty of room for kids running around then its hard to beat Market Bar - its very kid friendly ; kids games at front deskand kids movies on sunday mornings.


That's great, thanks a lot


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Take them somewhere nice instead


I was in Patrick guilbauds for lunch once and there was a family there with children. I can’t see how kids would enjoy Michelin two star dining, I know I would have hated it, but rich people gonna rich


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I was in Patrick guilbauds for lunch once and there was a family there with children. I can’t see how kids would enjoy Michelin two star dining, I know I would have hated it, but rich people gonna rich


I remember my parents taking me to a really nice restaurant in Italy when I was in my early teens. Think the main course was 3 prawns. Can't remember much else (not much, size wise, to remember). They weren't impressed when I asked could we get a pizza straight after the meal!


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Silvio Berlusconi wrote:
ticketlessinseattle wrote:
Silvio Berlusconi wrote:
Leinsterman wrote:
How old are the kids?
Sophie's is very good though, would agree with Duff's recommendation.


10 and 5

Thanks for the recommendations Duff, Leinsterman and Camroc :thumbup:

I'll check them out


I've an 8 and 5 year old and would say Sophie's is a good call - if you want something central, cheap and cheerful with plenty of room for kids running around then its hard to beat Market Bar - its very kid friendly ; kids games at front deskand kids movies on sunday mornings.


That's great, thanks a lot


No worries - i've a soft spot for the place going back to when my first kid was 6 months old, christmas eve afternoon in town soaking up atmosphere and got thirsty - places were being arseholes because of buggy ; ended up sticking head in the door at market bar and it was like a feckin creche with alcohol, parking spot for buggys, toys for kids etc, very friendly staff etc ; probably would have wrecked my head the previous year but was very much appreciated.


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