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Hi guys,

me and a few mates (15) coming down from Glasgow on Saturday for the game. We are in the Millburn sports Bar - just looking for some info on this area of the ground, is there a dress code? how long do you get before and after the match in the bar etc? Also any recommendations for fan bars to try before the game, and maybe some bars to try after? 

Cheers in advance :thumbup:

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No idea on your first two questions, mate. There isn't any real designated fans bars as majority of bars in the town will have plenty of supporters in them. Tbh, you should know a good bar when you go in depending on what you prefer. Personally prefer old proper bars to anything too hipster but whatever your preference the town will have you covered. :good:

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3 hours ago, Howmanheyman said:

No idea on your first two questions, mate. There isn't any real designated fans bars as majority of bars in the town will have plenty of supporters in them. Tbh, you should know a good bar when you go in depending on what you prefer. Personally prefer old proper bars to anything too hipster but whatever your preference the town will have you covered. :good:

 

Am feeling our Glaswegian friend here and his compadres would be “hail fellow well met” in hostelries such as The Clock and the nearby Black Garter :cuppa: 

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Pretty sure there’s no dress code in the Milburn bar other than the regular dress code of “don’t look like a tramp” Even then, people cut it fine.

 

As for bars, the area directly around the ground has a mix of everything. Shit lager but tidy boilers in Shark Bar, The Strawberry and The Trent for more strait-laced boozers, Bar Loco for your more “Talking Heads B-Side” vibe and then Madisons if you want to see a load of young’uns bray about a dark room to Europop.

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10 hours ago, PaddockLad said:

 

Am feeling our Glaswegian friend here and his compadres would be “hail fellow well met” in hostelries such as The Clock and the nearby Black Garter :cuppa: 

Probably would, and no doubt being fine gentleman of Caledonia, they'd also appreciate the competitively (for the toon) priced ales and possibly appreciate the vintage ales still surviving in there such as 'McEwan's best scotch'. :D

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