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Glory Days

Discussion in 'Area Restaurants, Dining and Food' started by Go Skins, Mar 3, 2007.

  1. Go Skins

    Go Skins New Member

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    Just swung by Glory Days to look in the window and was welcome inside by Richard, one of the owners. Very nice guy, place looks great, and has an outdoor seating area off of the bar on the right hand side. Looking forward to it opening - target date of March 26 was mentioned...go take a look.
     
  2. jjenkins

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    Awesome, I was going to post a question on the board today if anyone had heard of an opening date. Glad to hear the owners are friendly.
     
  3. broken skull

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    I find it amusing that moving from the city I will be closer to food and drink in Broadlands than I am now.

    But I am looking forward to G.D., the thai restaraunt and flatbread.
     
  4. woopity

    woopity cdubs ya know!

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    are you looking forward to the petty complaining people do on this website?? :)
     
  5. Villager

    Villager Ashburn Village Resident

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    Just think of it as your friendly neighborhood Zagat guide. We'd all love to be paid to be food critics. :D
     
  6. broken skull

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    Of course. In fact I am developing a drinking game out of it as we speak.
     
  7. Baywatch68

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    We should do this over in the political forum.
     
  8. T8erman

    T8erman Well-Known Member

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    If Kool-Aid is involved count me in! :D
     
  9. jjenkins

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    you beat me to it!! :woot:
     
  10. GeauxTigers

    GeauxTigers Member

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    I could sure use a tall glass of Kool-Aid.
     
  11. gryphon

    gryphon Banned User

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    I can't wait for the place to open (sincere comment), and I could dirnk all of your under the table. So, bring on the drinking game.:boxing:
     
  12. T8erman

    T8erman Well-Known Member

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    Since you obviously lose sleep over the current admistration, you SHOULD drink! ;)
     
  13. Baywatch68

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    Question: Are you somewhere between the ages of 21-25?
     
  14. sharse

    sharse TeamDonzi rocks!!

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    Excellent. I'm warming up my elbow as we speak.
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  15. gryphon

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    T8erman, I agree. There's enough out there to drink about, but let's get back to the drinking games, please. I want to drink all of you under the table!
     
  16. T8erman

    T8erman Well-Known Member

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    Gryphon, I have never needed games to drink. ;)

    And you can drink under the table all alone! I am just now getting my liver DYSfunction test back to normal after a misspent youth in bars and at parties. :D
     
  17. jjenkins

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    I prefer to drink above tables...but wherever you want to drink lets go :)
     
  18. broken skull

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    If we are going to be drinking under the table than I sure hope the place is clean. But alchohol does kill germs so I think all will be well.
     
  19. Lee

    Lee Permanent Vacation

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    Here is something to think about!

    Since alcohol is know to kill brain cells and the weakest cells die first.

    Well drinking is only going to leave you with only good brain cells. :D So drinking must be good for your brain whether you drink under or over the table.

    Now the liver is another story.

    lee j
     
  20. woopity

    woopity cdubs ya know!

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    GIVE CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE---norm peterson--"cheers"
     

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