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Tuesday Night Tips

August 9, 2011

 

 

 

 

 

Now that the Tuesday night happy hour has taken up permanent residence at Dargan’s Irish pub, it seems a bit odd to call it by its French name “rendezvous.” If you agree, you can join this Blogle writer in calling it a ceilidh or craic. Learn what this means here.

Whatever you call it, you may benefit from these few tips.

  • The fun starts at 6 PM or whenever Tara Stoker arrives.
  • Happy hour specials last until 7 PM. They include beers for $4 and well drinks for $3. A $3 cocktail? That’s better than winning the raffle!
  • During happy hour, Dargan’s offers a variety of appetizers for $6 each. Tonight’s attendees can recommend the barbecue chicken quesadilla and the Irish nachos.
  • Another tip is to bring cash in assorted denominations. It makes sorting out the bill much easier.
  • The most convenient parking lot is the one at Ortega and Anacapa, where Gary was spotted heading toward Dargan’s a wee bit before 8 PM. It remains unconfirmed whether he was planning to join the party late or intended to arrive after the other Rotarians had left.
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4 Comments leave one →
  1. scott Burns permalink
    August 10, 2011 5:21 AM

    it took me about 2 years to learn how to pronounce Rendezvous I’m willing to change, but I’m not sure if can spell Ceilidh correctly twice or pronouncing it

    • David V (not Vo) permalink
      August 10, 2011 10:23 AM

      Forget ‘ceilidh’ we’ll just use CRAIC, pronounced like ‘crack’
      Heard it all the time in Dublin, they should know.

  2. Joe Weiland permalink
    August 11, 2011 1:31 PM

    $3 drinks….That is wining the lottery!

  3. Barely Abel permalink
    August 11, 2011 8:54 PM

    Drinks are cheaper at my house! Willy

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