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#1 cm das

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Posted 2006-02-04 23:42:21

Any recommendations for a nice, low key place to watch the super bowl & get a good breakfast. I don't mind a decent crowd but last year I went to Outback & could hardly enjoy the game with all the loud drunks surrounding me. Actually I left early to watch the 4th quarter at my school! I was thinking maybe a hotel this time. Thoughts?

#2 phuketsiam

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Posted 2006-02-04 23:52:06

The Superbowl is not being shown in Thailnd anymore, its been censured for being 'un-thai'

oh- and its boring too :o

may I suggest you watch Chelsea V The Champions of Europe instead :D

#3 The Dan Sai Kid

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Posted 2006-02-05 00:34:03

The Superbowl is not being shown in Thailnd anymore, its been censured for being 'un-thai'

oh- and its boring too :o

may I suggest you watch Chelsea V The Champions of Europe instead :D


The superbowl starts about 6 hours after the overpaid V the incredibly lucky!

I can't imagine anywhere you can watch it without any drunks. Apart from hiring a hotel room.

#4 phuketsiam

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Posted 2006-02-05 00:47:32

well you could watch it at my house, no drunks here (except maybe me, and I'm very well behaved), this offer does not apply to the superboring/bowl - sorry :o

#5 davidgtr

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Posted 2006-02-05 01:18:33

The NFL Superbowl will on at
Jai Yen Cafe
19 Moon Muang Road
(Next to Mad Dog)
low key & a 42 inch Plasma TV
should be alright to watch there.
Breakfast from 8.00 am.

#6 Veritas

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Posted 2006-02-05 02:06:48

You expect to sit in a Bar for 5 hours and not be surrounded by drunks?

:o

#7 cm das

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Posted 2006-02-05 09:12:04

If those hours are 6-11 am, I don't think it's an unreasonable hope. I don't mind people drinking & enjoying the game. And if they want to cheer loudly that's ok too. Actually I like an enthusiatic crowd. What I don't like is when people get wasted enough so that they no longer pay attention to the game & instead start talking s&%# to the people around them. That's what happened last year & that's what I want to avoid. Anyway, go Seahawks!

#8 sendbaht

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Posted 2006-02-05 12:27:12

Yes, go Seahawks!

#9 chanchao

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Posted 2006-02-05 12:37:15

As pretty much everyone watching will make it an early morning rather than a late night, I'd expect coffee, tea and bagel abuse sooner than alcohol abuse. :o

#10 Pikey

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Posted 2006-02-05 22:55:16

Maybe a bit late but here from the horse's mouth - we will be opening at 6am (Jai-Yen Cafe* but will only be serving tea/coffee/softies until half time. After that we can serve beer. However, I won't tolerate anyone getting wasted in my place at that time of the morning, a few beers and some good natured appreciation is cool but as cm das and chanchao imply, we're opening for the sport, not for a mega p*ssup!

Cheers,

Pikey (Khun Jai-Yen)





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